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    bounce around the country

    Can we say "bounce around the country" for "living in a place for a short time"? "He came back to the States in 1998. He has been bouncing around the country ever since."

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    Re: bounce around the country

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Can we say "bounce around the country" for "living in a place for a short time"? "He came back to the States in 1998. He has been bouncing around the country ever since."
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    Yes. It would mean that he moves/changes his residence often.

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