To be able to remain strong, healthy, or successful after an unfavourable condition; able to return to the original shape after being pulled, bent or stretched
1) The local company is remarkably resilient.
2) After being dipped in liquid nitrogen, the ball's resilient nature has become brittle like ceramic.
Latin resilient-, resiliens, present participle of resillere which means to 'jump', 'back', or 'recoil'.
bouncy, flexible, rubber-like, springy, supple, whippy
inelastic, inflexible, rigid, stiff