1. (noun) A no-holds-barred fight between at least two rival street gangs or any other organization.

2. (verb) To fight as such
1. The Greasers beat the Socs asses in the scene of the rumble in "The Outsiders."

2. Let's rumble, bitches!
作者 Saturn's Problem Child 2008年2月06日
A huge brawl involving many people.
Alright bitches, it's time to rumble!
作者 Insaneaholic 2005年11月30日
1. A "Rumble" is the term for a collection of badgers.
While out hunting dear, I saw a majestic rumble of badgers cross the meadow in search of honey.
作者 beefankle 2014年10月11日
An operation carried out in major UK supermarket chain, Tesco. All staff, from managers to checkout staff skip from aisle to aisle bringing products forward on the shelves, lining them up and making them look pretty for customers.
Customer: Excuse me, where are the baked beans?
Manager: Errm, can you not see I'm mid rumble?
Customer: *thinking* ASDA next time...sheesh!
作者 Tom5640 2007年4月18日
Stomach or intestinal pain caused by movement in the intestinal tract usually audible. Precursor to uncontrollable Diarrhea.
Holly shiznitski I've got the rumbles coming on. I better make a run for the Border.

If you got rumbles and the contractions start, you don't have much time to find a bathroom.
作者 Kuerno 2008年5月30日
To have the ability to create such loud music that it shakes the earth.
"Yo man, that drummer hits those skins so hard, he's got a mad case of the rumbles."
作者 darksunprofits 2012年2月27日
Verb. To be identified or picked out by a narcotics agent, police, or anyone else around that could potentially rat you out for drugs.
"Take the phone. I don't want him to rumble my voice." WSB, The Soft Machine, p. 6 (1961).
作者 Gene Tenon 2006年4月10日

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