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English-German translation for: rebound
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NOUN   a rebound | rebounds
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VERB1  to rebind | rebound | rebound ... 
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VERB2  to rebound | rebounded | rebounded ... 
 
SYNO   to rally | to rebound | backlash ... 
NOUN   der Rebound | die Rebounds
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to rebound
524
zurückprallen
to rebound
182
abprallen
to rebound
81
zurückfedern
to rebound
77
zurückspringen
to rebound
41
zurückschnellen
to reboundnachfedern
stocks to reboundwieder sprungartig ansteigen
to rebound [fig.]sich erholen [auf vorherigen Zustand zurückkehren]
to rebound [fig.]wieder auf die Füße kommen [fig.]
to rebound [sound]sich brechen [Schall]
Nouns
rebound
462
Erholung {f}
rebound
232
Rückschlag {m} [auch med.]
rebound
153
Wende {f}
rebound
63
Rückprall {m}
rebound
43
Abprall {m}
automot. bike rebound [setting on a bike's suspension fork or a car's shock absorber]
33
Zugstufe {f} [Parameter für das Ausfederverhalten (Federgabel)]
rebound
31
Rückfederung {f}
sports rebound
20
Abpraller {m}
sports rebound
11
Rebound {m}
automot. Unverified reboundDruckstufenhärte {f}
econ. fin. stat. rebound [fig.] [sudden rise after a fall]plötzlicher Wiederanstieg {m}
2 Words: Verbs
to have sth. reboundetw. neu binden lassen
to rebound on sth.auf etw.Akk. zurückwirken
2 Words: Nouns
economic reboundwirtschaftliche Erholung {f}
geol. postglacial reboundpostglaziale Landhebung {f}
sports rebound (shot)Nachschuss {m}
pharm. rebound effectAbsetzphänomen {n} [Rebound-Effekt]
pharm. rebound effectRebound-Effekt {m}
rebound girlLückenbüßerin {f}
rebound guy [Am.] [coll.]Lückenbüßer {m}
rebound hammerRückprallhammer {m}
rebound hammerRückschlaghammer {m}
med. pharm. rebound headachesmedikamenteninduzierte Kopfschmerzen {pl}
med. rebound nystagmusReboundnystagmus {m}
med. rebound nystagmusRebound-Nystagmus {m}
med. rebound phenomenonRückstoßphänomen {n} [Neurologie]
spec. rebound phenomenonRebound-Phänomen {n}
tech. rebound protectionRückschlagsicherung {f}
tech. rebound resilienceRückprallelastizität {f}
tech. rebound springDruckfeder {f}
psych. rebound symptomRebound-Symptom {n}
med. rebound tendernessLoslassschmerz {m}
technical reboundtechnischer Rückschlag {m}
3 Words: Verbs
sports to convert the rebound [esp. Br.] [football]erfolgreich nachsetzen [Fußball]
3 Words: Nouns
econ. direct rebound effectdirekter Rebound-Effekt {m}
econ. indirect rebound effectindirekter Rebound-Effekt {m}
non-rebound hammerrückschlagfreier Hammer {m}
geol. post-glacial reboundpostglaziale Landhebung {f}
4 Words: Verbs
to be on the reboundsich über eine Enttäuschung hinwegtrösten
to bring about a reboundeine Wende herbeiführen
idiom to marry sb. on the rebound[jdn. heiraten, um sich über einen anderen od. eine andere hinwegzutrösten]
4 Words: Nouns
rebound in the economywirtschaftliche Erholung {f}
sports rebound off the post [football]Pfostenabpraller {m}
5+ Words: Verbs
sports to catch the ball on the reboundden abprallenden Ball fangen
idiom to catch the ball on the rebound [fig.]eine zweite Gelegenheit wahrnehmen
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A 2010-11-24: rebound tenderness
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Q 2009-07-18: rebound song
A 2007-08-12: or i think "follow-up shot" is also common ([Am.] - rebound (shot))?
A 2005-11-07: carom (US) ~ cannon (UK), rebound
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