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trun·dle

 (trŭn′dl)
n.
1. A small wheel or roller.
2. The motion or noise of rolling: "The train is in full trundle now, wheels singing on the tracks" (Michael Lowenthal).
3. A trundle bed.
4. A low-wheeled cart; a dolly.
v. trun·dled, trun·dling, trun·dles
v.tr.
1. To push or propel on one or more wheels or rollers: "I doubt if Emerson could trundle a wheelbarrow through the streets" (Henry David Thoreau).
2. To carry, convey, or cause to move, especially in a vehicle: "His mother had trundled him off to Sunday school ... right up to the time he was ten" (Tom Wolfe).
v.intr.
1. To move along by rolling or spinning: The bus trundled down the road.
2. To move slowly, noisily, or clumsily: The sheep trundled through the gate into the field.

[Variant of dialectal trendle, wheel, from Middle English, from Old English trendel, circle.]

trun′dler n.

trundle

(ˈtrʌndəl)
vb
1. to move heavily on or as if on wheels: the bus trundled by.
2. (tr) archaic to rotate or spin
n
3. the act or an instance of trundling
4. (Mechanical Engineering) a small wheel or roller
5. (Mechanical Engineering)
a. the pinion of a lantern
b. any of the bars in a lantern pinion
6. a small truck with low wheels
[Old English tryndel; related to Middle High German trendel disc]

trun•dle

(ˈtrʌn dl)

v. -dled, -dling,
n. v.t.
1. to cause (a circular object) to roll along; roll.
2. to convey or move in a wagon, cart, or other wheeled vehicle.
3. Archaic. to cause to rotate.
v.i.
4. to roll along.
5. to move or run on a wheel or wheels.
6. to move or walk with a rolling gait.
n.
7. a small wheel, roller, or the like.
8. a truck or carriage on low wheels.
[1555–65; obscurely akin to dial. trindle wheel, Middle English trindel (Old English tryndel circle, akin to trend)]
trun′dler, n.

trundle


Past participle: trundled
Gerund: trundling

Imperative
trundle
trundle
Present
I trundle
you trundle
he/she/it trundles
we trundle
you trundle
they trundle
Preterite
I trundled
you trundled
he/she/it trundled
we trundled
you trundled
they trundled
Present Continuous
I am trundling
you are trundling
he/she/it is trundling
we are trundling
you are trundling
they are trundling
Present Perfect
I have trundled
you have trundled
he/she/it has trundled
we have trundled
you have trundled
they have trundled
Past Continuous
I was trundling
you were trundling
he/she/it was trundling
we were trundling
you were trundling
they were trundling
Past Perfect
I had trundled
you had trundled
he/she/it had trundled
we had trundled
you had trundled
they had trundled
Future
I will trundle
you will trundle
he/she/it will trundle
we will trundle
you will trundle
they will trundle
Future Perfect
I will have trundled
you will have trundled
he/she/it will have trundled
we will have trundled
you will have trundled
they will have trundled
Future Continuous
I will be trundling
you will be trundling
he/she/it will be trundling
we will be trundling
you will be trundling
they will be trundling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trundling
you have been trundling
he/she/it has been trundling
we have been trundling
you have been trundling
they have been trundling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trundling
you will have been trundling
he/she/it will have been trundling
we will have been trundling
you will have been trundling
they will have been trundling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trundling
you had been trundling
he/she/it had been trundling
we had been trundling
you had been trundling
they had been trundling
Conditional
I would trundle
you would trundle
he/she/it would trundle
we would trundle
you would trundle
they would trundle
Past Conditional
I would have trundled
you would have trundled
he/she/it would have trundled
we would have trundled
you would have trundled
they would have trundled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.trundle - a low bed to be slid under a higher bedtrundle - a low bed to be slid under a higher bed
bed - a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep; "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"
2.trundle - small wheel or rollertrundle - small wheel or roller    
roller - a cylinder that revolves
wheel - a simple machine consisting of a circular frame with spokes (or a solid disc) that can rotate on a shaft or axle (as in vehicles or other machines)
Verb1.trundle - move heavilytrundle - move heavily; "the streetcar trundled down the avenue"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
Translations
يُدَحْرِج
valit
trille
velta, rúlla; keyra; ÿta á undan sér
dārdētrībētrībinātripināt
valiť
gitmekilerlemeksürüp yürütmek

trundle

[ˈtrʌndl]
A. VT (= push) → empujar; (= pull) → tirar, jalar (LAm)
B. VI [cart etc] → rodar
trundle on VI + ADVavanzar (con mucho ruido, pesadamente)

trundle

[ˈtrʌndəl]
vt [+ wheelbarrow, pushchair] (gen)pousser; (slowly)pousser tout doucement
vi
to trundle along [car, train, cart] → cheminer

trundle

vt (= push)rollen; (= pull)ziehen
vi to trundle in/along/downhinein-/entlang-/hinunterzockeln; (= clatter)hinein-/entlang-/hinunterrumpeln

trundle

[ˈtrʌndl]
1. vt (push, pull) to trundle alongfar rotolare (a fatica)
2. vi (cart) → avanzare lentamente

trundle

(ˈtrandl) verb
to (cause to) roll slowly and heavily along on wheels. He trundled the wheelbarrow down the garden; The huge lorry trundled along the road.
References in classic literature ?
Once at the end of this ridiculous cruise, once at the Lodge door, there would be nothing for it but to turn the cab and trundle back again.
A wheelbarrow, some old sacking, and they could trundle it off under people's noses.
Trundle had a couple of pair, and the fat boy announced that there were half-a-dozen more, downstairs: whereat Mr.