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  1. roll

    • IPA[rəʊl]

    英式

    • v.
      move in a particular direction by turning over and over on an axis;turn over to face a different direction
    • n.
      a cylinder formed by winding flexible material round a tube or by turning it over and over on itself without folding;a cylindrical mass of something or a number of items arranged in a cylindrical shape
    • noun: roll, plural noun: rolls

    • verb: roll, 3rd person present: rolls, gerund or present participle: rolling, past tense: rolled, past participle: rolled

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move in a particular direction by turning over and over on an axis:

      the car rolled down into a ditch

      she rolled the ball across the floor

    • 2. turn over to face a different direction:

      she rolled on to her side

      they rolled him over on to his back

    • 3. turn (one's eyes) upwards, typically to show surprise or disapproval:

      Sarah rolled her eyes to the ceiling

    • 4. lie down and turn over and over while remaining in the same place:

      the buffalo rolled in the dust

    • 5. (of a moving ship, aircraft, or vehicle) rock or oscillate round an axis parallel to the direction of motion:

      the ship pitched and rolled

    • 6. move along or from side to side unsteadily or uncontrollably:

      they were rolling about with laughter

    • 7. overturn (a vehicle):

      he rolled his Mercedes in a 100 mph crash

    • 8. throw (a die or dice):

      he put all his chips on the table and rolled the dice

    • 9. obtain (a particular score) by throwing a die or dice:

      roll a 2, 3, or 12

    • 10. (of a vehicle) move or run on wheels:

      the van was rolling along the lane

    • 11. move or push (a wheeled object):

      Pat rolled the trolley to and fro

    • 12. make a car window or a window blind move up or down by turning a handle:

      do not roll down the window to give a stranger directions

    • 13. (of a drop of liquid) flow:

      huge tears rolled down her cheeks

    • 14. (of time) elapse steadily:

      the years rolled by

    • 15. (of a product) issue from (an assembly line or machine):

      the first copies of the newspaper rolled off the presses

    • 16. (of waves, smoke, cloud, or fog) move or flow forward with an undulating motion:

      the fog rolled across the fields

    • 17. (of land) extend in gentle undulations.
    • 18. (of credits for a film or television programme) be displayed as if moving on a roller up the screen:

      the end credits rolled and the title came up

    • 19. (with reference to a machine, device, or system) operate or begin operating:

      the cameras started to roll

      roll the camera

    • 20. start moving; take action:

      the coast's clear—let's roll

    • 21. behave in a particular way:

      that's just how I roll, guys—I'll smile until I physically can't

    • 22. turn (something flexible) over and over on itself to form a cylinder, tube, or ball:

      she started to roll up her sleeping bag

    • 23. make (something) by forming material into a cylinder or ball:

      Harry rolled himself a joint

    • 24. curl up tightly:

      the shock made the hedgehog roll into a ball

    • 25. flatten (something) by passing a roller over it or by passing it between rollers:

      roll out the dough on a floured surface

    • 26. (of a loud, deep sound) reverberate:

      the first peals of thunder rolled across the sky

    • 27. pronounce (a consonant, typically an r) with a trill:

      when he wanted to emphasize a point he rolled his rrrs

    • 28. utter (a word or words) with a reverberating or vibratory effect:

      he rolled the word round his mouth

    • 29. (of words) flow effortlessly or mellifluously:

      the names of his colleagues rolled off his lips

    • 30. rob (someone, typically when they are intoxicated or asleep):

      if you don't get drunk, you don't get rolled

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a cylinder formed by winding flexible material round a tube or by turning it over and over on itself without folding:

      a roll of carpet

    • 2. a cylindrical mass of something or a number of items arranged in a cylindrical shape:

      a roll of mints

    • 3. an item of food that is made by wrapping a flat sheet of pastry, cake, meat, or fish round a sweet or savoury filling:

      salmon and rice rolls

    • 4. a quantity of banknotes rolled together:

      I should eat out, enjoy the fat roll I'd taken out of my account

    • 5. a movement in which someone or something turns or is turned over on itself:

      a roll of the dice

    • 6. a gymnastic exercise in which a person tucks their head down and rolls their body in a forward or backwards circle on the floor:

      I used my momentum and tucked into a roll

    • 7. a complete rotation by a flying aircraft about its longitudinal axis.
    • 8. a swaying or oscillation of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle round an axis parallel to the direction of motion:

      the car corners capably with a minimum of roll

    • 9. a prolonged, deep, reverberating sound:

      thunder exploded, roll after roll

    • 10. one of the basic patterns (rudiments) of drumming, consisting of a sustained, rapid alternation of single or double strokes of each stick.
    • 11. a very small loaf of bread, to be eaten by one person:

      soup with a roll

      a bacon roll

    • 12. an official list or register of names:

      the school had no one by his name on its roll

    • 13. the total number of names on a roll:

      a review of secondary schools to assess the effects of falling rolls

    • 14. a document, typically an official record, historically kept in scroll form.
    • 15. undulation of the landscape:

      hidden by the roll of the land was a refinery

    • 16. a roller for flattening something, especially one used to shape metal in a rolling mill.
    • adj. moving by turning over and over on an axis:

    • a rolling ball

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    • adj. moving by turning over and over on an axis:

    • a rolling ball

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    • n.
      a hand-rolled cigarette.
    • adj.
      denoting something which can be rolled up:
    • roll-up panels

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    • n. the unveiling of a new aircraft or spacecraft:

    • the official roll-out is on 30 July

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    • n.
      a hand-rolled cigarette.
    • adj.
      denoting something that can be rolled up:
    • roll-up panels

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    • adj.
      denoting a deodorant or cosmetic applied by means of a rotating ball in the neck of the container.
    • n.
      a roll-on deodorant or cosmetic.

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    • n. a register of a landlord's lands and buildings with the rents due from them.

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    • n. a roll performed by an aircraft as a sign of triumph, typically after a successful mission.

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    • IPA[rōl]

    美式

    • v.
      move or cause to move in a particular direction by turning over and over on an axis:
    • the car rolled down into a ditch

      she rolled the ball across the floor

    • n.
      a cylinder formed by winding flexible material around a tube or by turning it over and over on itself without folding:
    • a roll of carpet

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