Translation of rumbling in Spanish:

rumbling

Pronunciation: /ˈrʌmblɪŋ/

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  • (sound) ruido (m) sordo; (of thunder) estruendo (m) there were rumblings of discontent/disapproval hubo muestras de descontento/desaprobación there were rumblings about protest action se hablaba de tomar medidas de protesta
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    • Over the noise came a deep rumbling, like the engines of several bulldozers.
    • Without warning, the smell, the sound, the rumbling just stopped.
    • Each huge clap of thunder reverberated round the mountains for so long that its noise would be interrupted by the next, causing a continuous rumbling for hours on end.

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