I don't understand the sentence above. I know that "umbrella" is noun. But in the sentence above, It is used like "verb." How is it possible?
Where did you hear/read that?
"Umbrella" can't be used as a verb like that in "standard" English, and I don't know of any slang or dialect or anything in which that's possible either.
If that sentence was really generated by a native English speaker, then my guess is that they meant the deliberately bizarre and awkward misuse of the word as a joke...?