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roll  Verb
Plural: rolls
  1. Translate "roll" to Spanish: rodar, rular
    English Synonyms of "roll": roll around, turn, trundle, trindle
    Define meaning of "roll": Move by turning over or rotating.
  2. The bread rolled on the ground, Los panes rodaron por el suelo.
    The child rolled down the hill.
    Turn over on your left side.

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  3. Translate "roll" to Spanish: rodar, hacer rodar, poner en movimiento
    English Synonyms of "roll": bring into action, get in motion, get moving, put into motion, set in motion, wheel
  4. They rolled the cars, Ellos rodaron los autos.

  5. Translate "roll" to Spanish: comenzar a rodar
    English Synonyms of "roll": begin to roll, start rolling

  6. Translate "roll" to Spanish: enrollar, arrollar, devanar, liar
    English Synonyms of "roll": twine, coil, curl, form into a scroll, furl, reel in, roll back, roll up
    Define meaning of "roll": Wrap or coil around.
  7. Ann rolled the yarn when she finished, Ana arrolló la lana al terminar.
    Roll your hair around your finger.
    Twine the thread around the spool.

  8. Translate "roll" to Spanish: apisonar
    English Synonyms of "roll": beetle, steamroller, pack down, tamp
    Define meaning of "roll": Flatten or spread with a roller.
  9. Roll out the paper.

  10. Translate "roll" to Spanish: revolcarse
    English Synonyms of "roll": roll about, roll around, roll over and over, wallow, welter

  11. Translate "roll" to Spanish: enrollarse, apelotonarse como bola
    English Synonyms of "roll": ball up, convolute, fold, form into a ball, gather into a ball, roll in, roll up, ball, coil
    Define meaning of "roll": Show certain properties when being rolled. ; Take the shape of a roll or cylinder.
  12. The carpet rolls unevenly.
    Dried-out tobacco rolls badly.
    The carpet rolled out.
    Yarn rolls well.

  13. Translate "roll" to Spanish: tronar
    English Synonyms of "roll": thunder, boom, rumble
    Define meaning of "roll": Emit, produce, or utter with a deep prolonged reverberating sound.
  14. The thunder rolled.
    Rolling drums.

  15. Translate "roll" to Spanish: lanzar rodando, empujar rodando
    English Synonyms of "roll": bowl, roll along the ground, bowl along
    Define meaning of "roll": Roll (a ball).


  16. Translate "roll" to Spanish: pronunciar con un trino
    English Synonyms of "roll": trill, bur, burr, pronounce with a bur, pronounce with a burr
    Define meaning of "roll": Pronounce with a roll, of the phoneme /r/.
  17. She rolls her r's.

  18. Translate "roll" to Spanish: robar
    English Synonyms of "roll": rob, steal, take away, make away with, plunder, steal away, swipe, thieve
    Define meaning of "roll": Take something away by force or without the consent of the owner.

roll  Noun
  1. Translate "roll" to Spanish: rollo, bobina, carrete
    English Synonyms of "roll": coil, spool, bobbin, swift, reel
    Define meaning of "roll": Anything rolled up in cylindrical form. ; A round shape formed by a series of concentric circles.


  2. Translate "roll" to Spanish: panecillo, bollito, bollo, bollo de pan, pebete
    English Synonyms of "roll": bun, biscuit, bread roll, dinner roll, French roll, hot cross bun, scone
    Define meaning of "roll": Small rounded bread either plain or sweet.

  3. Translate "roll" to Spanish: nómina, lista, planilla
    English Synonyms of "roll": list, list of names, roll call, catalog, catalogue, roster, rota
    Define meaning of "roll": A list of names.
  4. His name was struck off the rolls.

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  5. Translate "roll" to Spanish: arrollado, budín en forma de rollo
    English Synonyms of "roll": jelly roll, roly-poly, Swiss roll


  6. Translate "roll" to Spanish: fajo
    English Synonyms of "roll": bundle, wad
    Define meaning of "roll": A roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.).
  7. He shot his roll on a bob-tailed nag.

  8. Translate "roll" to Spanish: balanceo, oscilación transversal
    English Synonyms of "roll": oscillation, rocking, sway, swing, teeter, seesaw, swinging

  9. Translate "roll" to Spanish: masa cilíndrica

Verb Conjugation for "roll"
Gerund: rolling

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Conceptually-related expressions of "roll"
able to roll
angle of roll
anti-roll
anti-roll bar
anti-roll horn
assessment roll
association of honor-roll alumni
barrel roll
be on a roll
be ready to roll
bean leaf roll luteovirus
begin to roll
blanket roll
bog roll
boogie rock and roll
bread and rolls
bread roll
bridge roll
brioche roll
call roll
call the roll
cherry leaf roll nepovirus
cinnamon roll
cold-roll
cornmeal roll
crumb-roll
death-roll
develop a roll
dinner roll
discotheque or other venue for rock and roll dancing
double snap roll
drum-roll
early form of rock and roll
egg roll
egg roll paté
egg roll sandwich
electoral roll
even roll
eye-roll sign
falling rolls
feed roll
fig roll
flash roll
forward roll
French roll
glazed pastry roll
grapevine leaf roll virus
head roll
heads will roll
holding roll
honor roll
honour roll
hot-roll
husking roll
iliac roll
jam roll
jelly roll
jelly-roll
Jelly Roll Morton
judgment roll
kitchen roll
let the good times roll
log roll
make heads roll
Master of the Rolls
membership roll
money is round and rolls away
money is rounded and rolls away
moon-shaped roll
music roll
muster roll
on a roll
pancake roll
person not appreciative of rock and roll
pimp roll
play loudly amplified rock and roll music
potato leaf roll luteovirus
press roll
register in an electoral roll
rent roll
resembling pop music rather than rock n' roll
ridge roll
rock 'n' roll
rock and roll
rock-and-roll band
rock and roll musician
rock and roll player
rock-and-roll singer
rock and roll song
roll-in roll-out
roll-on-roll-off facility
roll-on-roll-off ship
sausage roll
saw-bench with roll table
scleral roll
silver-smith's rolls
SkyDrive camera roll
slow roll
smooth roll
snap roll
snapping roll
soft roll
spiral-shaped sweet roll
spring roll
steady beat of rock and roll
strike off the rolls
stripping roll
style of rock and roll music
sweet roll
Swiss roll
tax roll
that has a tendency to roll easily
toilet roll
violent roll
vote by roll call
which rolls
white bread roll
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