Found 3 items, similar to tumble.
English → Indonesian
jatuh terguling-guling, lintang-pukang
English → English
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”
v 1: fall down, as if collapsing; “The tower of the World Trade
Center tumbled after the plane hit it”
2: cause to topple or tumble by pushing [syn: topple
3: roll over and over, back and forth
4: fly around; “The clothes tumbled in the dryer”
smoke whirled in the air”
, whirl around
5: fall apart; “the building crimbled after the explosion”
“Negociations broke down”
, break down
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
[syn: catch on
, get wise
, get onto
, latch on
, cotton on
, 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
Act of tumbling, or rolling over; a fall.
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Tumbled
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [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,
1. To roll over, or to and fro; to throw one's self about;
as, a person on pain tumbles and tosses.
2. To roll down; to fall suddenly and violently; to be
precipitated; as, to tumble from a scaffold.
He who tumbles from a tower surely has a greater
blow than he who slides from a molehill. --South.
3. To play tricks by various movements and contortions of the
body; to perform the feats of an acrobat. --Rowe.
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
, v. t.
1. To turn over; to turn or throw about, as for examination
or search; to roll or move in a rough, coarse, or
unceremonious manner; to throw down or headlong; to
precipitate; -- sometimes with over, about, etc.; as, to
tumble books or papers.
2. To disturb; to rumple; as, to tumble a bed.