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  1. rumble

    • IPA[ˈrʌmbl]

    英式

    • v.
      make a continuous deep, resonant sound;(especially of a large vehicle) move with a rumbling sound
    • n.
      a continuous deep, resonant sound like distant thunder;a street fight between gangs or large groups
    • verb: rumble, 3rd person present: rumbles, gerund or present participle: rumbling, past tense: rumbled, past participle: rumbled

    • noun: rumble, plural noun: rumbles

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    動詞

    • 1. make a continuous deep, resonant sound thunder rumbled, lightning flickered
    • (especially of a large vehicle) move with a rumbling sound heavy lorries rumbled through the streets
    • utter in a deep, resonant voice the man's low voice rumbled an instruction
    • (of a person's stomach) make a deep, resonant sound due to hunger as she passed the buffet car her stomach rumbled
    • British (of a dispute) continue in a persistent but low-key way the debate about television replays rumbles on
    • 2. British informal discover (an illicit activity or its perpetrator) it wouldn't need a genius to rumble my little game
    • 3. US informal take part in a street fight between gangs or large groups the five of them rumbled with the men in the other car

    名詞

    • 1. a continuous deep, resonant sound like distant thunder the continuous rumble of traffic there were of rumbles of discontent from small retailers
    • 2. US informal a street fight between gangs or large groups a rumble between two gangs of street hoodlums
    • n.
      an uncovered folding seat in the rear of an automobile.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a series of raised strips across a road or along its edge, changing the noise a vehicle's ...

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a series of raised strips across a road or along its edge, changing the noise a vehicle's ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an uncovered folding seat in the rear of a car.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈrəmb(ə)l]

    美式

    • v.
      make a continuous deep, resonant sound: thunder rumbled, lightning flickered
    • n.
      a continuous deep, resonant sound like distant thunder: the steady rumble of traffic there were rumbles of discontent from small retailers

    Oxford American Dictionary