tumble to


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tumble to

vb
(intr, preposition) informal to understand; become aware of
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But we didn't tumble to the roof," said the girl; "by the time we reached here we were floating very slowly, and I'm almost sure we could float down to the street without getting hurt.
The new model of strategic planning, flexible planning and planning tumble to meet changing circumstances of today's world and with the relevant degrees of success have been used efficiently
Wing Tom White crossed but the try was ruled out for a forward pass and livewire hooker Richard Cannon was held up short only for Tumble to suddenly turn the game on its head just before half-time.