Yes, it can be (bounced balls, bounced checks). The word bounced is the past tense and past participle of the verb (to bounce) and can be used as an adjective. *For checks, the term bounced comes from the fact that it 'bounces' or returns to the writer without being cashed, because there is not enough money in the account.
No. A bounced check is not a theft but a felony. If a person issues a check that bounces, he/she can be legally prosecuted by the person who did not get paid because of the check bounce. The bank too would charge a fine for issuing a check that bounced.
Yes, 'bounced' is a verb.
If the email cannot go through, it "bounces" back with a notice to a sender. Bounced mail can be because of a wrong address or a server overload.
The NBA player bounced the ball
A bounced email is a message that never arrives in the inbox of the recipient. It will be sent or bounced back to the sender.
Because his check bounced! :) -jth
If the ball hit you before it bounced then it is the other person's point because it technically never landed outside of the court. However, if it bounced, then you called it out, and then it hit you, it is your point because you called it out.
bounced. Example: I bounced on the skippy ball.
The word 'bounced' has one syllable.
No, it is not an adverb. Bounced is the past tense of the verb bounce.
basketball because its meant to be bounced
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A bounced check is one that is "Returned for insufficient funds"
The word bounced is a verb. It is the past tense of the verb bounce.
South Carolina was named in honor of King Charles IIt was named after Charles the IX of France because he was respected so well .Its also known well for its Palmeto trees wich won the war for South Carolina by defending fort summet during the Revelutionary war . Cannons bounced right off the wall of the Palmeto trees and bounded back .South Carolina was founded in the south so they named it after Charles the IX and they put south in front of it .
Yes, bounced check charges can be deducted, and no, they can't. As one of the expenses of doing business, businesses can deduct bounced check charges for checks bounced by customers. But as an individual, it isn't possible to deduct charges that are assessed by businesses and banks for bounced checks. According to the tax code, you can't receive a tax benefit from an illegal activity, and bounced checks are considered illegal.
There is no jail time for 12,000 bounced checks if your a Congressman.
the bounciest ball in the world has bounced 3,265 feet and 9 inches.
The cast of Bounced - 1920 includes: Lillian Biron George Ovey
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