Definitions for "Resilient"
Leaping back; rebounding; recoiling.
rebounds readily; "clean bouncy hair"; "a lively tennis ball"; "as resiliant as seasoned hickory"; "springy turf"
Capable of withstanding shock or pressure without permanent deformation or rupture. Asphalt, vinyl, linoleum are resilient type flooring materials. Resilient Flooring- Flexible flooring materials including asphalt tile, cork, linoleum, no wax, rubber, seamless floors, vinyl, and vinyl asbestos.
Capable of returning to original size and shape after deformation.
having the ability to return to an original shape after having been compressed or deformed.
The ability to prepare for unexpected changes and threats - be they computer viruses, hackers, or sudden spikes in demand. A resilient company's business systems and processes must be robust and able to bounce back in realtime.
When an ecosystem is able to return to normal after a disturbance.
the ability to recover readily from adversity, depression or other challenges.
recovering readily from adversity, depression, or the like
The fur springs back to its original position after it is stroked backwards.