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rustle

verb /ˈrasl/
to (make something) make a soft, whispering sound
(hacer) crujir; (hacer) susurrar
The wind rustled in the trees She rustled her papers.
to steal (cattle etc).
robar, hurtar
rustler noun a person who steals cattle etc.
ladrón de ganado
rustle up phrasal verb to get or make quickly
preparar de prisa
He rustled up a meal.
(Definition of rustle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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