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vi (fig: in house etc) → herumgeistern (inf)
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I used to rattle around Ninian Park with two or three thousand others and it will be the same at the Cardiff City Stadium next season.
Why continue to rattle around in a place that's too big for your needs, for instance, just in the hope of achieving a higher sale price in a year or two's time?
That same vibration can rattle around loose tools and other items, like the hydraulic pump handle if it's not secured to the wall next to the battery boxes.
The specially designed balls have been filled with metal pellets which rattle around, this allows players to pinpoint the ball's location using sound.
What about MPs and bankers selling their second and third homes (which they rattle around in for holidays etc) to enable young people to get homes?