Definitions

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  • noun A rebound
  • noun An economic recovery
  • noun An automated response to an email

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The bounceback is the result of shoppers piling back into the homewares department, which accounts for more than a third of JL's trade and an even higher proportion of profits.

    John Lewis profits bounce back as store defies gloomy climate

  • What It All Means: What kind of bounceback ability does Arizona have?

    Scout.com > CollegeFootballNews.com

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

  • I met an Australian-based engineer yesterday and he told me that Aussies are already talking about the "bounceback".

    British Blogs

  • Now we see if the Rays have the same kind of bounceback in Tropicana Field as they did in Fenway last week.

    The Hardball Times

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  • The word bounceback seems to mean much the same as "rebound" or "recovery" (as in the first twitter example. It is also applied to financial markets.

    April 16, 2009