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rumble

US [ˈrʌmb(ə)l]
UK ['rʌmb(ə)l]
  • n.隆隆声;持续而低沉的声音;打群架
  • v.发出持续而低沉的声音;发出隆隆声;轰鸣着缓慢行进;发现…的真相
  • Web轰隆隆;低沉地说;雷响
Plural Form:rumbles  Present Participle:rumbling  Past Tense:rumbled  
rumble
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v.
1.
[i]
发出持续而低沉的声音;发出隆隆声to make a long deep sound or series of sounds
The machine rumbled as it started up.
机器轰鸣着发动起来。
thunder rumbling in the distance
远处隆隆的雷声
I'm so hungry my stomach's rumbling .
我饿得肚子咕咕叫了。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
轰鸣着缓慢行进to move slowly and heavily, making a rumbling sound
tanks rumbling through the streets
隆隆地驶过街道的坦克
3.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb
发现…的真相;看穿(阴谋)to discover the truth about sb or what they are trying to hide
They knew they had been rumbled.
他们知道自己已经被识破了。
4.
[i]
(informal)
打群架to fight against another gang
n.
1.
[u][c]
~ (of sth)
持续而低沉的声音;隆隆声a long deep sound or series of sounds
the rumble of thunder
隆隆的雷声
Inside, the noise of the traffic was reduced to a distant rumble.
进到屋里,车辆的声音减弱了,就像是远处的隆隆声。
Although an agreement has been reached, rumbles of resentment can still be heard.
尽管已有共识,但怨愤不满之声仍时有所闻。
2.
[c]
(informal)
打群架a fight in the street between two or more gangs(= groups of young people)

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