bouncer

  • 1Bouncer — (from bounce changing the direction of motion after contact) may refer to:General* Bouncer (cricket), a type of delivery in cricket * Bouncer (doorman), a person who provides security and deals with disorderly people in a public venue * Bouncer… …

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  • 2bouncer — mid 19c. in various senses, noun derivative of BOUNCE (Cf. bounce) (v.). Earliest attested is boaster, bully, braggart (1833); also large example of its kind (1842); enforcer of order in a bar or saloon (1865, Amer. Eng., originally colloquial).… …

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  • 3Bouncer — Boun cer, n. 1. One who bounces; a large, heavy person who makes much noise in moving. [1913 Webster] 2. A boaster; a bully. [Collog.] Johnson. [1913 Webster] 3. A bold lie; also, a liar. [Collog.] Marryat. [1913 Webster] 4. Something big; a good …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4bouncer — ► NOUN ▪ a person employed by a nightclub to prevent troublemakers entering or to eject them from the premises …

    English terms dictionary

  • 5bouncer — [boun′sər] n. 1. a person or thing that bounces ☆ 2. Slang a person hired to remove very disorderly people from a nightclub, restaurant, etc …

    English World dictionary

  • 6Bouncer — Als Bouncer (kurz: BNC) im IRC wird ein Programm bezeichnet, das zwischen einem IRC Client und IRC Server vermitteln kann, und somit als Proxy arbeitet. Das Hauptziel der meisten Bouncer ist jedoch nicht die reine Vermittlung zwischen einem… …

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  • 7Bouncer — Un des personnages du Bouncer, dessiné par Boucq au festival de bande dessinée de Solliès Ville en 2008. Bouncer est une série de bande dessinée éditée par Les Humanoïdes Associés. Sommaire 1 …

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  • 8bouncer — UK [ˈbaʊnsə(r)] / US [ˈbaʊnsər] noun [countable] Word forms bouncer : singular bouncer plural bouncers someone whose job is to make certain that no one causes trouble in a bar or club, for example by not allowing particular people to come in …

    English dictionary

  • 9bouncer — n. a strong man hired to eject unruly people from a bar or similar place. (People supposedly bounce when thrown out.) □ I saw the bouncer looking at me, and I got out of there fast. □ He was the biggest bouncer I’ve ever seen …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 10bouncer — noun Bouncer is used after these nouns: ↑nightclub …

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  • 11bouncer — I n A bully. That bouncer always tries to get his way. 1830s II n Someone who forces obnoxious people out of public places.Marvin had a few too many at the bar last night and thebouncer ejected him. 1880s …

    Historical dictionary of American slang

  • 12bouncer — [[t]ba͟ʊnsə(r)[/t]] bouncers N COUNT A bouncer is a man who stands at the door of a club, prevents unwanted people from coming in, and makes people leave if they cause trouble …

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  • 13bouncer — /ˈbaʊnsə / (say bownsuh) noun 1. someone or something that bounces. 2. Also, baby bouncer. a spring seat or harness in which a baby may bounce up and down. 3. Colloquial someone employed in a place of public resort to eject disorderly persons. 4 …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 14bouncer — noun Date: 1865 one that bounces: as a. one employed to restrain or eject disorderly persons b. a bouncing ground ball …

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  • 15bouncer — /bown seuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that bounces. 2. a person who is employed at a bar, nightclub, etc., to eject disorderly persons. 3. something large of its kind. [1755 65; BOUNCE + ER1] * * * …

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  • 16bouncer — noun /ˈbaʊnsə(ɹ),ˈbaʊnsə˞/ a) A member of security personnel employed by bars, nightclubs, etc to maintain order and deal with patrons who cause trouble. b) A short pitched ball that bounces up towards, or above the height of the batsman’s head …

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  • 17bouncer — ● vi. ►INTERNET Anglicisme, de bounce, indiquant qu un message a rebondi quelque part, c est à dire qu il n a pas été accepté par un serveur lors de son voyage et qu il est revenu à l expéditeur sans parvenir à son destinataire …

    Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • 18Bouncer — a non uniform security guard on the door of night clubs etc …

    Dictionary of Australian slang

  • 19bouncer — Australian Slang a non uniform security guard on the door of night clubs etc …

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  • 20bouncer — (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. Sl. security personnel, guard, *muscle, *enforcer, ejector …

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