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1.Move along or from side to side unsteadily or uncontrollably.
‘they were rolling about with laughter'
‘The moment I tried it I was rolling all over the place.'
‘All you could hear were people rolling around with laughter.'
‘Within a matter of minutes Scott and I are pretty much rolling around the place.'
2.Overturn (a vehicle)
‘he rolled his Mercedes in a 100 mph crash'
‘He began drinking heavily, and after one sodden evening at a local bar he rolled his car on the highway.'
‘It was really scary rolling the car like that.'
‘He hit the kerb and rolled his car.'
‘One of our guys rolled his oversize truck on a residential street in front of a visiting dignitary.'
3.(of a moving ship, aircraft, or vehicle) rock or oscillate round an axis parallel to the direction of motion.
‘The boat rolled and nodded gently.'
‘Our boarding party had to get aboard a ship rolling and heaving in large seas.'
‘The aircraft rolled off to the left prior to slicing nose low to 90 degrees down.'
‘the ship pitched and rolled'
4.Lie down and turn over and over while remaining in the same place.
‘The finale was energetic with all the dancers rolling on the ground.'
‘Nina got down and rolled in the grass to muss her hair and rumple her clothes.'
‘They wound up rolling around on the floor.'
‘I must have spent 10 or 15 minutes rolling on the floor in agony.'
‘the buffalo rolled in the dust'
5.Turn (one's eyes) upwards, typically to show surprise or disapproval.
‘If you could find a woman who would watch it with you, from beginning to end, without rolling her eyes, then she was a keeper.'
‘It will make you roll your eyes, but that is part of the enjoyment.'
‘It was enough to leave me rolling my eyes every time it resurfaced.'
‘They roll their eyes and shake their heads in disbelief.'
‘Sarah rolled her eyes to the ceiling'
6.Turn over to face a different direction.
‘I rolled him onto his side.'
‘She slipped between sheets squeaky with cold, pinched at my hand, a perfunctory touch, and rolled away onto her side.'
‘I stretched my legs and rolled onto my stomach.'
‘they rolled him over on to his back'
‘she rolled on to her side'
7.Move in a particular direction by turning over and over on an axis.
‘Michael and his friends take out their rage on the teacher by duct-taping him to his chair and repeatedly rolling him across the floor.'
‘In the opening sequence, a huge boulder rolls down the hillside, barely missing him and landing in the swimming pool.'
‘This can result in a loss of operational control, with the wheel possibly rolling away from the unit and injuring bystanders.'
‘she rolled the ball across the floor'
‘the car rolled down into a ditch'
8.Throw (a die or dice)
‘he put all his chips on the table and rolled the dice'
‘Before Leah could roll the dice an ominous knock was heard at the door.'
‘I rolled the dice, hoping for a high number.'
‘As they roll the dice, a window in the middle of the game delivers decidedly sinister messages.'
‘He rolls the dice and it hits a 1.'
9.Obtain (a particular score) by throwing a die or dice.
‘roll a 2, 3, or 12'
‘From now on, if anyone rolls a double-one or a double-six, all moves are reversed for the next turn, okay?'
‘The odds of rolling a six with one die are 1 in six.'
‘If a player rolled a twelve, he collected all the coins on the board.'
10.(of a vehicle) move or run on wheels.
‘the van was rolling along the lane'
‘A pickup truck rolls down a dark highway.'
‘As the tanks roll into town Charlotte is forced to decide whose safety matters most.'
‘But as they tear down the dirt roads in the dead of night, a truck rolls out of nowhere, they lose control, and their car ends up in a ditch.'
‘Cross the border into the East, and you could meet tanks rolling down the street.'
11.Move or push (a wheeled object)
‘Pat rolled the trolley to and fro'
‘The trashcan is wheeled, so the whole can be lifted and rolled, though it would require some effort.'
‘He rolled the bike out of the back of his truck.'
‘As I rolled the shopping cart toward the front door to exit the store, a bell went off.'
‘Isabelle was nervously rolling her skates back and forth.'
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'
‘He leaned over and rolled down the passenger side window in one fluid motion.'
‘As the police officer walked toward her, she rolled her window down and smiled politely.'
‘He rolled the windows down and turned the radio up.'
‘It was a hot night and so they rolled the windows down to cool off.'
13.(of a drop of liquid) flow.
‘His eyes glisten as tears roll gently down his cheek.'
‘As the movie started, tears began to roll down my cheeks.'
‘She sniffled and hugged him tightly, tears rolling slowly down her cheeks.'
‘huge tears rolled down her cheeks'
14.(of credits for a film or television programme) be displayed as if moving on a roller up the screen.
‘Sure, there are plot holes, but most of them don't become apparent until long after the end credits have rolled and the film is being analyzed in a post-screening discussion.'
15.(with reference to a machine, device, or system) operate or begin operating.
‘Then, just as the cameras were about to roll, I heard the devastating news: Doris had died in August.'
‘However, because the fight was brief, they kept the camera rolling.'
16.Start moving; take action.
‘the coast's clear—let's roll'
‘″Come on guys, let's roll.″'
‘I really want to get rolling on it.'
‘Blogging, as you will find out once you get rolling, requires thick skin and a level head.'
17.(with reference to a machine, device, or system) operate or begin operating.
‘the cameras started to roll'
‘roll the camera'
18.(of a drop of liquid) flow.
‘A single tear rolls down her cheek, and she folds in on herself.'
19.(of time) elapse steadily.
‘the years rolled by'
‘Marriott had a very dark side, and that got worse as the years rolled on.'
‘As the years rolled by, we began to see light at the end of the tunnel.'
‘They discussed various life events, and learned bits about each other as the days rolled on.'
‘She's getting more and more fussy as the months roll by.'
20.(of a product) issue from (an assembly line or machine)
‘the first copies of the newspaper rolled off the presses'
‘Sadly, the publication was already out of date as it rolled off the presses.'
‘Suddenly, Brazilians had money to spend - but not on the outmoded, second-rate models that had been rolling off local assembly lines.'
‘And together, the big three automakers saw a third of their plants shut down on Friday, which means thousands of cars did not roll off the assembly line.'
‘That's unheard of in an industry where design, engineering, and manufacturing often argue over quality problems right up until the first car rolls off the assembly line.'
21.(of waves, smoke, cloud, or fog) move or flow forward with an undulating motion.
‘the fog rolled across the fields'
‘When a storm suddenly rolls in and crashes their boat into a reef, Paul and Barbara man an inflatable life raft and head for the costal town of Imboca for help.'
‘We walked on an almost totally deserted beach, with heavy breakers rolling onto the shore.'
‘After the child goes missing, time-lapse photography depicts the clouds rapidly rolling in and nestling on the horizon above the rocky outcrops.'
‘The residents of a small seaside town are celebrating the anniversary of their town's birth when a pea souper comes rolling in with some ‘scary' folk out for revenge on the wrongs that were done to them many moons ago.'
22.(of land) extend in gentle undulations.
23.(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'
‘After the closing credits have rolled, look back on the words and actions of some of the protagonists, and you'll see that they make no sense.'
‘When the credits started rolling I actually felt baffled for a moment, wondering if somehow I'd accidentally hit the fast forward button at some point during the film.'
‘The audience stayed in their chairs silently until the last credit rolled.'
24.(with reference to a machine, device, or system) operate or begin operating.
‘After that there was an understanding that the cameras could be rolling at any time and any footage taken could potentially find its way into the film.'
25.Start moving; take action.
‘I really want to get rolling on my new movie.'
26.Behave in a particular way.
‘that's just how I roll, guys—I'll smile until I physically can't'
‘That comment is inappropriate: I don't know what website you think you are on, but that is not how we roll.'
‘One thing I won't apologize for is how geeky this episode is because that's how we roll here.'
‘For my first post I wanted to tell you guys that when it comes to SEO, this is how I roll.'
‘We hope you've gotten a glimpse of what we're about and how we roll.'
27.Turn (something flexible) over and over on itself to form a cylinder, tube, or ball.
‘she started to roll up her sleeping bag'
‘She rolled the shirt into a ball and threw it into a garbage bag.'