verb (used without object), rumbled, rumbling.
to make a deep, heavy, somewhat muffled, continuous sound, as thunder.
to move or travel with such a sound:
The train rumbled on.
Slang. to have or take part in a street fight between or among teenage gangs:
Rival gangs rumbled on Saturday afternoon.
verb (used with object), rumbled, rumbling.
to give forth or utter with a rumbling sound:
to rumble a command.
to cause to make or move with a rumbling sound:
to rumble a wagon over the ground.
to subject to the action of a rumble or tumbling box, as for the purpose of polishing.
a deep, heavy, somewhat muffled, continuous sound:
the rumble of tanks across a bridge.
a rear part of a carriage containing seating accommodations, as for servants, or space for baggage.
a tumbling box.
Slang. a street fight between rival teenage gangs.
to make or cause to make a deep resonant sound: thunder rumbled in the sky
to move with such a sound: the train rumbled along
(transitive) to utter with a rumbling sound: he rumbled an order
(transitive) to tumble (metal components, gemstones, etc) in a barrel of smooth stone in order to polish them
(transitive) (Brit, informal) to find out about (someone or something); discover (something): the police rumbled their plans
(intransitive) (US, slang) to be involved in a gang fight
a deep resonant sound
a widespread murmur of discontent
another name for tumbler (sense 4)
(US & Canadian, NZ, slang) a gang fight
noun 1. Also called, British, dickey. a seat recessed into the back of a coupe or roadster, covered by a hinged lid that opens to form the back of the seat when in use. 2. Furniture. wagon seat. 3. Slang. the buttocks. noun 1. (US & Canadian) a folding outside seat at the rear of […]
noun 1. one of a series of rough or slightly raised strips of pavement on a highway, intended to slow down the speed of vehicles, as before a toll booth. rumble strip noun 1. one of a set of roughly surfaced strips set in a road on the approach to a junction or hazard, to […]
noun 1. Often, rumblings. the first signs of dissatisfaction or grievance. 2. rumble (def 7). verb (used without object), rumbled, rumbling. 1. to make a deep, heavy, somewhat muffled, continuous sound, as thunder. 2. to move or travel with such a sound: The train rumbled on. 3. Slang. to have or take part in a […]
adjective 1. attended with, making, or causing a rumbling sound.