Hindi translation of 'trundle'
Word forms: trundles, trundling, trundled
2. transitive verb
1. intransitive verb
If a vehicle trundles somewhere, it moves there slowly.धीरे बढ़नारेंगना
The train eventually trundled in at 7.54.
2. transitive verb
If you trundle something somewhere, especially an object with wheels, you move or roll it along slowly.लुढ़काना
The old man lifted the barrow and trundled it away.
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Example Sentences Including 'trundle'
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It trundled along those terrifying streets so slowly it was horrible.THE ZANZIBAR CHEST: A Memoir of Love and War (2003)
The next minute his three biggest hits are trundling back into town within a year of one another.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Then, as the queue advances, you trundle forward.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
They would have meant months of disruption and loss of business, with heavy vehicles trundling in.The Sun (2010)
Wait a while then two trundle along in the same week.The Sun (2009)
They got back into the truck and went forward at a slow trundle for some little while.A Plague of Angels (1993)
Instead of trundling along a straight road, I like to kick off in different directions.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Certainly, the recoil if you fired a gun while trundling along would put you on your back.The Sun (2008)
Place the tank on a smooth surface without the match touching the ground, and the tank will begin trundling along.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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'trundle' in Other Languages
British English: trundle VERB
If a vehicle trundles somewhere, it moves there slowly, often with difficulty or an irregular movement.
The truck was trundling along the the valley.
- American English: trundle
- Brazilian Portuguese: mover-se com dificuldade
- Chinese: > 缓慢行进车辆
- European Spanish: avanzar lentamente y con dificultad
- French: rouler péniblementN
- German: zockeln
- Italian: avanzare a fatica
- Japanese: がたごと走る
- Korean: > 굴러가다자동차가 천천히
- European Portuguese: mover-se com dificuldade
- Spanish: avanzar lentamente y con dificultad
Translation of trundle from the Collins English to Hindi