'bounced' is the past tense and past participle form of the verb 'bounce.' As a verb, 'bounce' means to rebound or spring back through the air after hitting a hard surface or object. It can also refer to a check that is not honored because of insufficient funds or to being removed from a place.
'bounced' can be used in various contexts, including physical actions (like a ball rebounding), financial situations (like a check not being honored), or being forcibly removed or rejected from a place or situation. It can be used in both transitive and intransitive verb forms.
The ball bounced off the wall and landed in the garden.
His check bounced because he didn't have enough money in his account.
She was bounced from the club for causing a scene.
in a financial context, when a check is said to have 'bounced,' it means the bank did not honor it due to insufficient funds. It's a colloquial way to describe this situation. 'Bouncing' in the context of email means the email was returned without being delivered, often due to an incorrect email address. Be cautious with the context. Saying someone 'bounced' out of a place can imply they left quickly or were removed, depending on the situation.