Synonyms of rebound in English:

rebound


See US English definition of rebound

See UK English definition of rebound

See Spanish definition of recuperación

verb

1‘the ball rebounded off the wall’

SYNONYMS
bounce, bounce back, spring back, ricochet, boomerang, glance, recoil
North American carom
rare resile

2‘sterling rebounded and closed half a pfennig higher’

SYNONYMS
recover, rally, bounce back, pick up, make a recovery, make a comeback

3‘Thomas's tactics rebounded on him’

SYNONYMS
backfire on, misfire on, boomerang on, have an adverse effect on, have unwelcome repercussions for, come back on, be self-defeating for, cause one to be hoist with one's own petard
informal score an own goal
archaic redound on