"rumble" in Spanish

to rumble[rumbled · rumbled] {transitive verb}
If you claim the credit for everything that goes right and blame Brussels for everything that goes wrong, then sooner or later your citizens will rumble you – and they have.
Si se atribuyen el mérito de que todo va bien y culpan a Bruselas de todo lo que va mal, tarde o temprano sus ciudadanos van a descubrir su juego, y así ha ocurrido.
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We cannot let this situation rumble on, as it would then illustrate Europe's lack of power.
No podemos dejar que la situación se deteriore, lo que ilustraría la impotencia de Europa.
Listen to a Rumble scoreListen to a Fanfare score
Escuchar una partitura RumbleEscuchar una partitura Fanfare
Saitek P3600 Cyborg Rumble Pad Game Controller
Microsoft Xbox 360 Game Controller
a rumble of disapproval
un murmullo de desaprobación
One only has to mention, somewhere in a sentence, the need to respect subsidiarity, and the machine can rumble on its way as if nothing had happened.
Basta con mencionar de pasada el necesario respeto a la subsidiariedad, para que la máquina siga funcionando como si nada.