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  • 61Roll On — Infobox Album | Name = Roll On Type = studio Artist = The Living End Released = 2000 (Australia) March 27, 2001 (internationally) Recorded = July 2000 in Sing Sign Studios, Melbourne Genre = Pub Rock, Punkabilly Length = 47:57 Label = EMI (AUS),… …

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  • 62roll — The motion of a vehicle in which the springs on one side of the vehicle compress while the springs on the other side extend. If the roll is extensive, the vehicle will fall on its side. Also less accurately called sway or lean, it occurs in… …

    Dictionary of automotive terms

  • 63roll — {{11}}roll (n.) early 13c., rolled up piece of parchment or paper, from O.Fr. rolle, from M.L. rotulus a roll of paper, from L. rotula small wheel, dim. of rota wheel. Meaning dough which is rolled before baking is first recorded 1580s. Meaning… …

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  • 64roll —   1. Turn. Kaka a, ka a, ōka a, kūka a, kūpola; oloka a (as a wheel); kāka a (as eyes); luli (as a ship); aui (as the sea); mimilo (as to induce abortion); mākī (as a mat);    ♦ roll beneath, ka a malalo;    ♦ roll diagonally, ka a kepa;    ♦… …

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  • 65Roll — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Repeated and protracted sounds. < N PARAG:Roll >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 roll roll &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 drumming drumming &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 berloque berloque bombination rumbling Sgm: N 1 tattoo …

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  • 66roll — Record of the proceedings of a court or public office. See judgment roll, below. A register; list of persons belonging to particular group. See also roster In taxation, the list or record of taxable persons and property, as compiled by assessors …

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  • 67roll — 1. n. a bankroll; lots of money. □ I earned a roll off that last deal. □ He’s got a roll right there in his pocket. 2. tv. to rob a drunkard. □ The muggers found a drunk and rolled him. □ …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 68roll up — 1. interjection An exclamation used to get peoples attention to sell something Roll up, roll up, pies for sale. 2. verb a) Make into a cylinder by rolling The shopkeeper had to roll up the poster to make it easier to carry. b) Make into a …

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  • 69Roll In — A term which refers to including loan costs into the initial principal balance of a loan. This is a common practice by mortgage borrowers who do not have funds available, or who do not want to pay loan costs out of pocket. While most loan costs… …

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  • 70roll up — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter. → See also rolled up [V P n (not pron)] The jacket was too big for him so he rolled up the cuffs... [V n P] Walking in the… …

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  • 71roll — 1. verb 1) the bottle rolled down the table Syn: bowl, turn over and over, spin, rotate, wheel, trundle 2) tears rolled down her cheeks Syn: flow, run, course, stream, pour …

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  • 72roll up — phrasal verb Word forms roll up : present tense I/you/we/they roll up he/she/it rolls up present participle rolling up past tense rolled up past participle rolled up 1) [transitive] same as roll I, 6) She rolled her scarf up and put it into her… …

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  • 73roll-up — I. ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun ( s) Etymology: from roll up, v. 1. : long hose worn by men especially in the 18th century 2. : a food preparation that is rolled up with or without a filling a ham roll up 3 …

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  • 74roll — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. drumming, rumble, rattle, clatter, patter, toll; trill, chime, beat; reverberation, echoing, thunder; tattoo, rat a tat, rub a dub, pitter patter, dingdong, ticktock, charivari, quaver, peal of bells; …

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  • 75roll in — or roll into 1) PHRASAL VERB: usu cont If something such as money is rolling in, it is appearing or being received in large quantities. [INFORMAL] [V P] Don t forget, I have always kept the money rolling in. [Also V P n] 2) PHRASAL VERB If… …

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  • 76roll —    1. to copulate with    Of either sex, from the movement:     A beautiful blonde virgin from Boulder Swore no man on earth had yet rolled her. {Playboy s Book of Limericks)    A roll is copulation:     ... our last meeting had been the… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 77roll — раскатывать roll down скатывать roll up скатывать, свёртывать to roll out pastry раскатывать тесто to roll paste for pies раскатывать тесто для пирогов …

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  • 78roll·up — /ˈroʊlˌʌp/ noun, pl ups [count] : something that is rolled into the shape of a tube: such as a US : a food that is rolled up for cooking or serving b usually roll up Brit …

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  • 79roll-on — /rohl on , awn /, adj. 1. packaged in a tubelike container one end of which is equipped with a rotating ball that dispenses and spreads the liquid content directly. n. 2. a roll on preparation: spray deodorants and roll ons. [1945 50; adj., n.… …

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  • 80roll — 1. verb /rəʊl,roʊl/ a) To cause to revolve by turning over and over; to move by turning on an axis; to impel forward by causing to turn over and over on a supporting surface. to roll a wheel, a ball, or a barrel. b) To wrap round on itself; to… …

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