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  • 81roll — English has two words roll, both of which go back ultimately to Latin rotulus ‘small wheel’, a diminutive form of rota ‘wheel’ (source of English rotate, rotund, round, etc). This passed via Old French rolle into English as roll ‘rolledup… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 82roll — v 1. revolve, rotate, bowl, trundle, troll, tumble, somersault, somerset, turn, go around; (all of a vessel) pitch, lurch, haw, swing, toss, rock, incline, sway, lean; spin, gyrate, whirl, pivot, pirouette, wheel, reel, swirl, twirl, twiddle. 2.… …

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • 83roll-on — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms roll on : singular roll on plural roll ons a bottle containing something such as deodorant that you put on your skin using the ball at its opening …

    English dictionary

  • 84roll-up — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms roll up : singular roll up plural roll ups British informal a cigarette that you make yourself …

    English dictionary

  • 85roll-on — {{#}}{{LM R46249}}{{〓}} {{[}}roll on{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} Envase que consta de una bola para aplicar el contenido sobre la superficie deseada. {{★}}{{\}}PRONUNCIACIÓN:{{/}} [rolón]. {{★}}{{\}}ORTOGRAFÍA:{{/}} Por ser un… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 86roll — English has two words roll, both of which go back ultimately to Latin rotulus ‘small wheel’, a diminutive form of rota ‘wheel’ (source of English rotate, rotund, round, etc). This passed via Old French rolle into English as roll ‘rolledup… …

    Word origins

  • 87roll — See: GET THE BALL ROLLING, KEEP THE BALL ROLLING, ROCK N ROLL OT ROCK AND ROLL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 88roll — See: GET THE BALL ROLLING, KEEP THE BALL ROLLING, ROCK N ROLL OT ROCK AND ROLL …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 89Roll-in — A Roll in is an advertisement or promotion that precedes core video or audio content presented in the same packaging as the core content. Roll ins are being used increasingly as a method for getting advertising revenue from embeddable online… …

    Wikipedia

  • 90roll-on — 1. adjective Applied by means of a ball that can be rotated to pick up liquid from the inner reservoir. 2. noun a) A type of corset which is rolled on to the body. Roll ons and lastex corsets in tube form were a lighter type of corset mostly worn …

    Wiktionary

  • 91Roll —    The common form of ancient books. The Hebrew word rendered roll or volume is meghillah, found in Ezra 6:2; Ps. 40:7; Jer. 36:2, 6, 23, 28, 29; Ezek. 2:9; 3:1 3; Zech. 5:1, 2. Rolls (Chald. pl. of sephar, corresponding to Heb. sepher) in Ezra 6 …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 92roll in — UK US roll in Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► to arrive in great numbers or amounts: »Once our business gets started, the money will be rolling in. »More store openings are planned abroad and at home to keep the cash rolling in. »The… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 93Roll — Recorded as Role, Roll, Rule, Rolls, Rolles, Rolse, Rowles, and others as shown below, this is a medieval English surname which with the suffix s is a patronymic meaning son of . However its origins are both 11th century Norman French and pre 6th …

    Surnames reference

  • 94roll — See: get the ball rolling, keep the ball rolling, rock n roll or rock and roll …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 95roll-up — [[t]ro͟ʊlʌp[/t]] roll ups N COUNT A roll up is a cigarette that someone makes for themselves, using tobacco and cigarette papers …

    English dictionary

  • 96roll in — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms roll in : present tense I/you/we/they roll in he/she/it rolls in present participle rolling in past tense rolled in past participle rolled in 1) to arrive in large numbers or amounts Money started rolling in …

    English dictionary

  • 97roll-in — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun (plural roll ins or rolls in) Etymology: from roll in, v. : a play in field hockey by which a ball that has been hit out of bounds over either side line is rolled onto the field from beyond the side line by a member of the… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 98roll-up — /rohl up /, n. 1. Also, rollup. something, as a carpet or window shade, that can be rolled up when not in use. 2. Informal an increase, as in value or cost. [1745 55; n. use of v. phrase roll up] * * * …

    Universalium

  • 99Roll Up — 1. The move from one option position to another with a higher exercise price. 2. In the context of venture capital, when a VC forces small companies to merge in order to reduce costs. 1. When investors are bullish on a stock they will typically… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 100roll-on — (Expresión inglesa.) ► sustantivo masculino Sistema de aplicación de un producto líquido que consiste en una bola en el extremo superior de un envase que, al ir girando sobre una superficie, se empapa del líquido en cuestión y lo esparce sobre… …

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