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  • move in a particular direction by turning over and over on an axis.
    E.g. the car rolled down into a ditch
  • (of a vehicle) move or run on wheels.
    E.g. the van was rolling along the lane
  • turn (something flexible) over and over on itself to form a cylinder, tube, or ball.
    E.g. he rolled the handkerchief into a ball
  • flatten (something) by passing a roller over it or by passing it between rollers.
    E.g. roll out the dough on a floured surface
  • (of a loud, deep sound) reverberate.
    E.g. the first peals of thunder rolled across the sky
  • rob (someone, typically when they are intoxicated or asleep).
    E.g. if you don't get drunk, you don't get rolled
  • a cylinder formed by winding flexible material round a tube or by turning it over and over on itself without folding.
    E.g. a roll of carpet
  • a movement in which someone or something turns or is turned over on itself.
    E.g. a roll of the dice
  • a prolonged, deep, reverberating sound.
    E.g. thunder exploded, roll after roll
  • a very small loaf of bread, to be eaten by one person.
    E.g. soup with a roll
  • an official list or register of names.
    E.g. the school had no one by his name on its roll
  • undulation of the landscape.
    E.g. hidden by the roll of the land was a refinery
  • a roller for flattening something, especially one used to shape metal in a rolling mill.

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