rattle around

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vi (fig: in house etc) → herumgeistern (inf)
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Plus, you can keep things separated and safe from bumping into each other instead of letting everything rattle around.
"The Newtonisms and references continue to rattle around in the heads of his athletes from 1956 to 2016 and guide the lives of young and old men.
The hinges also quiet the door because the rollers don't rattle around in the track.