to recover, as from sickness, psychological shock, or disappointment.
The act of rebounding; resilience.
recovery, as from sickness, psychological shock, or disappointment.
Is a ball that bounces back off the backboard or rim after a shot has been missed.
To grab the ball in the air after a player has missed a shot. Defensive or offensive rebound.
a measure of the resilience, usually as a percentage of vertical return of a body, which has fallen and bounced
the act of securing possession of the rebounding basketball after a missed shot
spring back; spring away from an impact; "The rubber ball bounced"; "These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide"
a possision of a missed shot
When a puck bounces of the boards, goalie or goalpost, frequently providing a dangerous scoring opportunity.
In relation to shock absorber dampening, it is the movement that expands the internal oil or gas volume, thus opposite of "bump" or "compression".
An arrow that bounces off the scoring area of a target.
Occurs when the puck bounces off the goalie's body or equipment
loose puck that has bounced off the goaltender, the crossbar, or a goal post after a shot.
Move in which a player catches the ball, often in mid-air, after a missed shot.
A maneuver in which a person becomes airborne by bouncing off the performance surface (usually performed from his/her feet during tumbling).
A bounce motion during which the tire travels downward relative to the car and the spring and shock absorber extend.
Gather in and gain control of a missed shot; a missed shot that is retrieved.
puck that bounces off the goalie's body or equipment.
Grabbing ball after a missed shot.
In shock absorbers, a rebound adjustment is a change to the dampening of the shock on the expansion stroke. Without rebound dampening, the car would tend to bounce as it passes over bumps on the track. Rebound adjustments can also affect how the weight of the car shifts around during braking, acceleration and cornering.
Wet shotcrete or sand and cement which bounces away from a surface again at which pneumatically applied mortar is being projected.
A missed shot that caroms off the rim or the backboard.
Rebound is a measure of the resilience, usually as the percent- age of vertical return of a body which has fallen and bounced.
A term used to describe the actual retrieving of the ball as it rebounds from the backboard or the ring after a missed shot.
when a player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt; see offensive rebound and defensive rebound.
A gymnastic term referring to an airborne position not involving hip-over-head rotation created by using one&rsquos own feet and lower body power to bounce off the performance surface from a tumbling skill. Also known as "Punch."
To change direction by bouncing off the white water.
Depressed under the weight of the glaciers, the surface of the earth in the North Country is slowly, very slowly bouncing back. Since the recession of the glaciers, the earth's crust in northeastern Minnesota has rebounded some 330', a rise which continues today.
A term usually applied when the ball bounces of the backboard or basket.
to gain possession of the ball after it has come off the backboard.
Rebound is a term used in sports describe the ball (or puck or other object of play) becoming available for possession by either opponent after an attempt to put the ball or puck into the goal has been unsuccessful. Rebounds are generally considered to have a major part in the game, as they often lead either to a possession change or to a second (and often better) opportunity to score by the side whose initial attempt failed.
A rebound in basketball is the act of successfully gaining possession of the basketball after a missed field goal or free throw. Rebounds in basketball are a major part in the game, as most possessions end after a missed shot. Rebounds are divided into two main categories: offensive rebounds, in which the ball is recovered by the offensive side and does not change possession, and defensive rebounds, in which the defending team gains possession of the loose ball.