N-COUNT 低沉而持续的声音;隆隆声;轰隆声 A rumble is a low continuous noise.
The silence of the night was punctuated by the distant rumble of traffic...
The rain was teeming down and she thought she heard a rumble of thunder.
VERB 发着轰隆声缓慢移动 If a vehicle rumbles somewhere, it moves slowly forward while making a low continuous noise.
A bus rumbled along the road at the top of the path...
A line of tractors rumbled onto the motorway through a cordon of police...
N-COUNT 低沉的声音 If you refer to the rumble of someone's voice, you mean their voice sounds very low, making it hard to hear exactly what they are saying.
Rose's voice dropped and was interrupted by the rumble of Dagmar's.
VERB 发出隆隆声;发出持续而低沉的声音 If something rumbles, it makes a low, continuous noise.
The sky, swollen like a black bladder, rumbled and crackled...
Speeches rumbled within the walls of the churches.
VERB （肚子因饥饿而）咕噜作响，发出咕咕声 If your stomach rumbles, it makes a vibrating noise, usually because you are hungry.
Her stomach rumbled. She hadn't eaten any breakfast.
VERB 看穿;发现;暴露 If someone is rumbled, the truth about them or something they were trying to hide is discovered.
When his fraud was rumbled he had just £20.17 in the bank.