The bounce took place before the ball was hit so the ball is a fly ball.
If in fair territory it is a Home Run. This happened to Jose Canseco in a Yankees game. The ball hit him in the head and bounced into the stands for a HR.
it bounces the light from the mirrors so that the light is bounced into the persons eye
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.
basketball because its meant to be bounced
Light reflects and sound just bounces off.
There are similar questions here already that have been answered. No, if the ball bounces in fair territory and then goes over the fence, it is a ground rule double.
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.
A foul ball is a ball that is hit outside of the foul lines on the field. A ball that bounces in fair territory then goes into foul territory before it passes a base is considered a foul ball. A ball that bounces in fair territory and then bounces into foul territory after it passes a base if considered a fair ball.
The bank will hold you responsible for the bounced check. But you can sue the person who wrote you the check that bounced for the check amount and for the resulting penalties and your court costs.
Yes it's an adjective.
yes if the ball hits you and it bounced off the wall or the ceiling, YOU ARE OUT.
It can be either. If the ball is hit into the air and is in foul territory at any time, it counts as a foul ball if it goes into the stands. If the ball is in the air and is in fair territory when it goes into the stands, it's a home run. If the ball is in fair territory and hits the ground, then bounces into the stands in fair territory, it's a ground rule double. If the ball bounces in fair territory but then bounces into the stands in foul territory past the infield, it's also a ground rule double. If the ball bounces in fair territory, but then bounces into the stands before it passes 1st or 3rd base, it's a foul ball.