v. to exit a location/situation. The letter "z" is often added to make the term even more ghettofied.
"Aight, this shit is whack, I'mma bizounce.
by Nelai April 4, 2003
1.) To depart.
2.) To have an air of style, fashion, progressiveness, coolness, hipness, spunk, and moxy.
1.) I am getting a bit tired of this party, let's bounce.
2.)
a. Others may not see it but I think that Anna has bounce.
b. "We've got more bounce in California than all y'all combined." from the song by Soul Kid #1 "More Bounce"
by Niles January 23, 2004
to leave or exit; bouncin - the act of leaving or exiting.
"It's late, I'm gonna bounce."
by Jen L. September 15, 2005
1) To arrive or leave a destination.
2) The result of cashing cheques when you have insufficient funds within a financial institution
3) A dance move practiced by bad dancers to find rhythm
"Ima bounce to her Crib"

"Sorry sir, your cheque bounced"

"bounce to this shit! what! what!"
by Mook-Flap August 28, 2003
Yo, I saw her dad coming so I know I had to bounce
by Dub-Fresh December 22, 2006