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English → Indonesian (quick) Definition: tumble jatuh terguling-guling, lintang-pukang
English → English (WordNet) Definition: tumble tumble n 1: an acrobatic feat of rolling or turning end over end 2: a sudden drop from an upright position; “he had a nasty spill on the ice” [syn: spill, fall] tumble v 1: fall down, as if collapsing; “The tower of the World Trade Center tumbled after the plane hit it” [syn: topple] 2: cause to topple or tumble by pushing [syn: topple, tip] 3: roll over and over, back and forth 4: fly around; “The clothes tumbled in the dryer”; “rising smoke whirled in the air” [syn: whirl, whirl around] 5: fall apart; “the building crimbled after the explosion”; “Negociations broke down” [syn: crumble, crumple, break down , collapse] 6: throw together in a confused mass; “They tumbled the teams with no apparent pattern” 7: understand, usually after some initial difficulty; “She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on” [syn: catch on, get wise, get onto, latch on , cotton on, twig, get it] 8: fall suddenly and sharply; “Prices tumbled after the devaluation of the currency” 9: put clothes in a tumbling barrel, where they are whirled about in hot air, usually with the purpose of drying; “Wash in warm water and tumble dry” 10: suffer a sudden downfall, overthrow, or defeat 11: do gymnastics, roll and turn skillfully
English → English (gcide) Definition: Tumbled Tumble \Tum"ble\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Tumbled; p. pr. & vb. n. Tumbling.] [OE. tumblen, AS. tumbian to turn heels over head, to dance violently; akin to D. tuimelen to fall, Sw. tumla, Dan. tumle, Icel. tumba; and cf. G. taumeln to reel, to stagger.] 1. To roll over, or to and fro; to throw one's self about; as, a person on pain tumbles and tosses. [1913 Webster] 2. To roll down; to fall suddenly and violently; to be precipitated; as, to tumble from a scaffold. [1913 Webster] He who tumbles from a tower surely has a greater blow than he who slides from a molehill. --South. [1913 Webster] 3. To play tricks by various movements and contortions of the body; to perform the feats of an acrobat. --Rowe. [1913 Webster] To tumble home (Naut.), to incline inward, as the sides of a vessel, above the bends or extreme breadth; -- used esp. in the phrase tumbling home. Cf. Wall-sided. [1913 Webster]


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