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  1. rattle

    • IPA[ˈrat(ə)l]

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    • v.
      make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds;(of a vehicle or its occupants) move or travel with a knocking sound
    • n.
      a rapid succession of short, sharp, sounds;a gurgling sound in the throat of a dying person
    • noun: rattle, plural noun: rattles

    • verb: rattle, 3rd person present: rattles, gerund or present participle: rattling, past tense: rattled, past participle: rattled

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds:

      the roof rattled with little gusts of wind

      he rattled some change in his pocket

    • 2. (of a vehicle or its occupants) move or travel with a knocking sound:

      trains rattled past at frequent intervals

    • 3. be in or occupy (an unnecessarily spacious room or building):

      the house was too big—we just rattled around in it

    • 4. make (someone) nervous, worried, or irritated:

      she turned quickly, rattled by his presence

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a rapid succession of short, sharp, sounds:

      the rattle of teacups on the tray

    • 2. a gurgling sound in the throat of a dying person:

      there was a choking rattle and his eyes turned upwards

    • 3. a thing used to make a rattling sound.
    • 4. a baby's toy consisting of a container filled with small pellets, which makes a noise when shaken.
    • 5. a wooden device that makes a loud noise when whirled around, formerly used by spectators at football matches.
    • 6. the set of horny rings at the end of a rattlesnake's tail, shaken as a warning.
    • 7. a person who talks incessantly in a lively or inane way:

      he is such a rattle!

    • adj. making a series of short, sharp knocking sounds:

    • a rattling old bus

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    • adj. making a series of knocking sounds:

    • a rattling old lift

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    • n. a partly parasitic yellow-flowered plant whose ripe seeds are shed into a pouch which rattles when shaken, found in both Europe and eastern North America.

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    • n. a gurgling sound heard in a dying person's throat.

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    • ph. threaten to take aggressive action

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    • n. a gurgling sound sometimes heard in a dying person's throat.

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    • ph. threaten to take aggressive action

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    • n. a pink-flowered lousewort of marshy places, the seeds of which produce a rattling sound inside their capsule when ripe.

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    • IPA[ˈradl]

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    • v.
      make or cause to make a rapid succession of short, sharp knocking sounds, typically as a result of shaking and striking repeatedly against a hard surface or object:
    • he rattled some change in his pocket

      there was a sound of bottles rattling as he stacked the crates

    • n.
      a rapid succession of short, sharp, hard sounds:
    • the rattle of teacups on the tray

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