Trundle meaning

trŭndl
A small wheel or roller.
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To move slowly, noisily, or clumsily.

The sheep trundled through the gate into the field.

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A trundle bed.
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To push or propel on one or more wheels or rollers.
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To carry, convey, or cause to move, especially in a vehicle.
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A small cart or truck with low wheels.
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To roll along.
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To move along in a wheeled vehicle.
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To rotate.
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A low bed on wheels that can be rolled underneath another bed.
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A small wheel or roller.
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A motion as of something moving upon little wheels or rollers; a rolling motion.
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(engineering) A lantern wheel, or one of its bars.
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To wheel or roll, especially by pushing.

Every morning, the vendors trundle their carts out into the market.

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To (cause to) roll slowly and heavily on wheels.

To trundle a bed or a gun carriage.

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(intransitive) Move heavily (on wheels).
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To move (physically).
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(intransitive) To move, often heavily or clumsily.
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To cause to roll or revolve; to roll along.

To trundle a hoop or a ball.

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The motion or noise of rolling.
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A low-wheeled cart; a dolly.
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To move along by rolling or spinning.

The bus trundled down the road.

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A small wheel or caster.
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Origin of trundle

  • Variant of dialectal trendle wheel from Middle English from Old English trendel circle

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From a variation of trendle, trindle. More at trindle.

    From Wiktionary