rolls, 3rd person singular present; rolled, past tense; rolled, past participle; rolling, present participle;
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
Turn or cause to turn over to face a different direction
she rolled on to her side
they rolled him over on to his back
Turn (one's eyes) upward, typically to show surprise or disapproval
Sarah rolled her eyes
Make (something cylindrical) revolve between two surfaces
Plummer rolled the glass between his hands
(of a person or animal) Lie down and turn over and over while remaining in the same place
the buffalo rolled in the dust
(of a moving ship, aircraft, or vehicle) Rock or oscillate around an axis parallel to the direction of motion
the ship pitched and rolled
Move along or from side to side unsteadily or uncontrollably
they were rolling about with laughter
Overturn (a vehicle)
he rolled his Mercedes in a 100 mph crash
Throw (a die or dice)
Obtain (a particular score) by doing this
roll a 2, 3, or 12
(of a vehicle) Move or run on wheels
the van was rolling along the highway
Move or push (a wheeled object)
Pat rolled the cart back and forth
Make a car window or a window blind move up or down
(of time) Elapse steadily
the years rolled by
(of a drop of liquid) Flow
huge tears rolled down her cheeks
(of a product) Issue from (an assembly line or machine)
the first copies of the newspaper rolled off the presses
(of waves, smoke, cloud, or fog) Move or flow forward with an undulating motion
the fog rolled across the fields
(of land) Extend in gentle undulations
(of credits for a movie or television program) Be displayed as if moving on a roller up the screen
(of a machine, esp. a camera) Operate or begin operating
the cameras started to roll
Cause (a machine, esp. a camera) to begin operating
roll the camera
Turn (something flexible) over and over on itself to form a cylinder, tube, or ball
she started to roll up her sleeping bag
Make by forming material into a cylinder or ball
Harry rolled himself a joint
(of a person or animal) Curl up tightly
the shock made the armadillo roll into a ball
Flatten (something) by passing a roller over it or by passing it between rollers
roll out the dough on a floured surface
(of a loud, deep sound such as that of thunder or drums) Reverberate
the first peals of thunder rolled across the sky
Pronounce (a consonant, typically an r) with a trill
when he wanted to emphasize a point he rolled his rrrs
Utter (a word or words) with a reverberating or vibratory effect
he rolled the word around his mouth
(of words) Flow effortlessly or mellifluously
the names of his colleagues rolled off his lips
Rob (someone, typically when they are intoxicated or asleep)
if you don't get drunk, you don't get rolled
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
A cylindrical mass of something or a number of items arranged in a cylindrical shape
a roll of mints
An item of food that is made by wrapping a flat sheet of pastry, cake, meat, or fish around a sweet or savory filling
salmon and rice rolls
Money, typically a quantity of banknotes rolled together
A roller for flattening something, esp. one used to shape metal in a rolling mill
A movement in which someone or something turns or is turned over on itself
a roll of the dice
the ponies completed two rolls before getting back on their feet
A gymnastic exercise in which the body is rolled into a tucked position and turned in a forward or backward circle
a forward roll
A swaying or oscillation of a ship, aircraft, or vehicle around an axis parallel to the direction of motion
the car corners capably with a minimum of roll
Undulation of the landscape
hidden by the roll of the land was a refinery
A prolonged, deep, reverberating sound, typically made by thunder or a drum
thunder exploded, roll after roll
One of the basic patterns (rudiments) of drumming, consisting of a sustained, rapid alternation of single or double strokes of each stick
A very small loaf of bread, typically eaten with butter or a filling
a sausage roll
An official list or register of names
The total numbers on such a list
a review of secondary schools to assess the effects of falling rolls
A document, typically an official record, in scroll form
axial rotation: rotary motion of an object around its own axis; "wheels in axial rotation"
move by turning over or rotating; "The child rolled down the hill"; "turn over on your left side"
a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
wheel: move along on or as if on wheels or a wheeled vehicle; "The President's convoy rolled past the crowds"
occur in soft rounded shapes; "The hills rolled past"
roller: a long heavy sea wave as it advances towards the shore
Roll is the third album by Australian alternative country musician Anne McCue. Her first album for Messenger Records, it was released to critical acclaim in 2003.
Yaw, pitch, and roll, also known as Tait–Bryan angles, named after Peter Guthrie Tait and George H. Bryan, are a specific kind of Euler angles used to define the relative orientation of an object with respect to some reference orientation, usually a set of reference axes. ...
Flight dynamics is the science of air and space vehicle orientation and control in three dimensions. ...
This is a list of characters from the Mega Man series. In Japan, the Mega Man series is known as Rockman.
Mail on Sunday is the 1st album of American hip hop artist Flo Rida and was released on March 18, 2008 via Atlantic and Poe Boy. It spawned 3 singles, the first, "Low" was #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for 10 weeks. ...
In film and video, footage is the raw, unedited material as it had been originally filmed by movie camera or recorded by a video camera which usually must be edited to create a motion picture, video clip, television show or similar completed work. ...
The act of rolling, or state of being rolled; That which rolls; a roller; Specifically, a heavy cylinder used to break clods; Specifically, one of a set of revolving cylinders, or rollers, between which metal is pressed, formed, or smoothed, as in a rolling mill; as, to pass rails through the ...
The primary footage for non-narrative or interview based film, and usually refers to talking heads or footage that directly relates to the moment
(Rolled) Bumper or gas tank removed and replaced with custom panel that “rolls” under.
(Rolled) Term given to a shot that does not get airborne and simply rolls along the ground.
(Rolled) [grain] passed between a set of rollers, splitting the coarse outer grain shell.
(Rolled) rolling is part of the grooming process for cross-country ski trails. When a trail is said to have been "rolled" it means that the fresh snow on the trail has been compacted to a firm flat surface.
(rolled) when the spine is out of alignment, leaning askew toward one side or the other.
(Rolling) the process of crushing the leaves to initiate fermentation and impart twist.
(rolling) Sparring with a fellow student with the intention of practicing a technique or achieving a submission.
(Rolling) In metallurgy, this is the most-used method of taking metal from a cast ingot to a sheet or bar - sheet metal being the most common product. ...
(Rolling) A follow up action in which the strategist closes options currently in the position and opens other options with different terms, on the same underlying stock.
(ROLLING) The process of passing metal between rolls under pressure to reduce its crosssection.
(Rolling) If the weight is on the inside of the feet, it’s called rolling in. If the weight is on the outside of the feet, it is called rolling out. The toes and heels should be flat on the floor.