English version

rustle in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrustlerus‧tle1 /ˈrʌsΙ™l/ verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive, transitive]CSOUND if leaves, papers, clothes etc rustle, or if you rustle them, they make a noise as they rub against each other πŸ”Š She moved nearer, her long silk skirt rustling around her. πŸ”Š He rustled the papers on his desk.2 [transitive]HBATASTEAL to steal farm animals such as cattle, horses, or sheep β†’ rustle something ↔ upβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
rustleβ€’ Her taffeta dress rustles as she moves past.β€’ Creaking leather jackets, well-rubbed denim rustling between those confident thighs.β€’ The tissue paper rustled in the silence as she unwrapped the gift.β€’ Leaves rustled in the summer breeze.β€’ But there was a line of light at the bottom of the door; and inside the rustling of paper.β€’ A gentle breeze blew through the windows, lightly rustling the curtains.β€’ Janie asked in a tight voice, while Megan rustled the hair on my head.β€’ A light breeze rustled the treetops.β€’ The only sound now was their feet rustling through the shore grass, coarse and hard from countless tides of salt water.β€’ Surely one of the press lords could rustle up a limousine for her use?