Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
bounce back (from)
1) recover from a setback
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bounce back from a defeat/disappointment
If you 'bounce back' from something, you recover from a setback or illness with renewed energy. This can be used in social and professional contexts to talk about successful recoveries. Similar to the expression 'get back up again'.
Social Examples (Advance)
The team is excellent at bouncing back from a defeat, so much so that rivals say it is always more dangerous to play them after they have just lost a game.
The accident set me back in my training but I am confident I will bounce back.
Professional Examples (Basic)
It was a huge blow for James to lose his job in that way. I really hope he can bounce back from it and find a better job elsewhere.
Our sales were impacted by the downturn in the economy and there is no knowing when things will bounce back.
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