WordReference English Collocations © 2020
rumbleⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- the rumble of [thunder, engines, tanks, traffic]
- the [heavy, continuous, incessant] rumble of
- heard a (deep) rumble in the [street, distance, sky]
- the [car, van, truck] started with a rumble
- the rumble of [a hungry, an empty] stomach
- rumbles of [disapproval, discontent, dismay]
- rumbles among [investors, parents, retailers, leaders]
- slang: involved in a [street, school, neighborhood, gang] rumble
- slang: a rumble between two gangs
- [thunder, his voice, my stomach] rumbled
- rumble like thunder
- [a plane, planes, the train] rumbled past
- rumble [with the rival gang, in the street]
- she rumbled an [order, instruction, answer]
- UK: she rumbled about [the prices, nothing]
- (let's) get ready to rumble!
- UK: rumble [plans, an operation, him]
- UK: he was rumbled (by the police)
- UK: you've been rumbled!
'rumble' also found in these entries: