(to) Bounce Back

Bounce Back

To come back strongly after a bad defeat. If a team reacts or responds well after a poor result.

  • Example: LA Galaxy bounced back with a win after their opening 4-0 loss to Dallas.
  • Example: It will be interesting to see if Germany can bounce back from their semi-final defeat against Italy.


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