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roll /'roulkɔ:l/
  • danh từ
    • cuốn, cuộn, súc, ổ
      • rolls of paper: những cuộn giấy
      • a roll of bread: ổ bánh mì
      • a roll of hair: búi tóc
      • a roll of tobacco: cuộn thuốc lá
    • ổ bánh mì nhỏ (để ăn sáng...)
    • văn kiện, hồ sơ
      • the Rolls: sở lưu trữ hồ sơ
    • danh sách
      • a roll of honour: danh sách những người hy sinh vì tổ quốc; danh sách những người được khen tặng
      • to call the roll: gọi tên, điểm danh
    • mép gập xuống (của cái gì)
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) tiền, tập tiền
    • (kỹ thuật) trục, trục cán, tang; xylanh, con lăn, trục lăn
    • danh từ
      • sự lăn tròn
        • to have a roll on the grass: lăn mình trên cỏ
      • sự lắc lư, sự tròng trành (tàu biển); dáng đi lắc lư
      • sóng cuồn cuộn
        • the roll of the sea: sóng biển cuồn cuộn
      • tiếng sấm vang rền, hồi trống vang rền; lời nói thao thao nhịp nhàng
      • (hàng không) sự lộn vòng (máy bay)
      • ngoại động từ
        • lăn, vần
          • to roll a barrel: lăn (vần) một cái thùng
        • cuốn, quấn, cuộn
          • to roll a cigarette: cuốn một điếu thuốc lá
          • to roll a blanket: cuốn một cái chăn
          • to roll onself in a rug: cuộn tròn mình trong chăn
          • to roll oneself into a ball: cuộn tròn lại
        • đọc rung lên, đọc sang sảng, hát ngân vang
          • to roll out verses: ngâm thơ sang sảng
          • to roll one's rs: rung những chữ r
        • lăn (đường...), cán (kim loại)
        • làm cho cuồn cuộn
          • the river rolls its waters to the sea: con sông đưa dòng nước cuồn cuộn chảy ra biển
          • chimney rolls up smoke: ống khói nhả khói lên cuồn cuộn
      • nội động từ
        • lăn
        • quay quanh (hành tinh...)
        • lăn mình
          • to roll on the grá: lăn mình trên cỏ
          • to roll in money (riches): ngập trong của cải
        • ((thường) + on, by) trôi đi, trôi qua (thời gian, năm tháng...)
        • chạy, lăn (xe cộ); đi xe (người)
        • chảy cuồn cuộn (sông, biển); chảy (nước mắt...)
        • tròng trành (tàu biển...); đi lắc lư (người)
        • rền, đổ hồi (sấm, trống...)
        • cán được
          • this metal rolls easily: thứ kim loại này dễ cán
        • (hàng không) lộn vòng
        • to roll away
          • lăn đi, lăn ra xa
        • tan đi (sương mù...)
        • to roll by
          • trôi đi, trôi qua (thời gian...)
        • to roll in
          • lăn vào
        • đổ dồn tới, đến tới tấp
        • to roll on
          • to roll by to roll out
            • lăn ra, lăn ra ngoài
          • đọc sang sảng dõng dạc
          • to roll over
            • lăn mình, lăn tròn
          • đánh (ai) ngã lăn ra
          • to roll up
            • cuộn (thuốc lá); cuộn lại
          • to roll onself up in a blanket: cuộn mình trong chăn
          • bọc lại, gói lại, bao lại
          • tích luỹ (của cải...); chồng chất (nợ nần...)
          • (thông tục) xuất hiện, xuất hiện bất thình lình (trên sân khấu)
      Concise Dictionary
      +rotary motion of an object around its own axis
      +a list of names
      +a long heavy sea wave as it advances towards the shore
      +photographic film rolled up inside a container to protect it from light
      +a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles (as formed by leaves or flower petals)
      +a roll of currency notes (often taken as the resources of a person or business etc.)
      +small rounded bread either plain or sweet
      +a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
      +the sound of a drum (especially a snare drum) beaten rapidly and continuously
      +a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)
      +anything rolled up in cylindrical form
      +the act of throwing dice
      +walking with a swaying gait
      +a flight maneuver; aircraft rotates about its longitudinal axis without changing direction or losing altitude
      +the act of rolling something (as the ball in bowling)
      +move by turning over or rotating
      +move along on or as if on wheels or a wheeled vehicle
      +occur in soft rounded shapes
      +flatten or spread with a roller
      +emit, produce, or utter with a deep prolonged reverberating sound
      +wrap or coil around
      +begin operating or running
      +shape by rolling
      +execute a roll, in tumbling
      +sell something to or obtain something from by energetic and especially underhanded activity
      +move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion
      +move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
      +move, rock, or sway from side to side
      +cause to move by turning over or in a circular manner of as if on an axis
      +pronounce with a roll, of the phoneme /r/
      +boil vigorously
      +take the shape of a roll or cylinder
      +show certain properties when being rolled

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      1 rotate, cycle, turn (over (and over)), wheel, trundle; revolve, go (a)round, orbit, tumble, somersault or somerset or summersault or summerset:
      Th landlord rolled another barrel beer into the pub. The children loved rolling about in the ride at the fun fair
      2 pass, go, flow, slip, flit, glide, slide, move (on); expire, elapse, disappear, vanish, evaporate:
      The time certainly rolls by quickly when you're having fun.
      3 move, drive, bowl, be carried or conveyed, cruise, sail, coast, ride, float, fly:
      We rolled down the road, singing and laughing.
      4 undulate, billow, rise and fall:
      The countryside rolled away before us as far as the eye could see
      5 roar, echo, re-echo, rumble, reverberate, resound, sound, boom, peal, resonate, thunder:
      The roar of the explosion rolled over us as we ran for cover.
      6 rob, steal from:
      They got their money by rolling drunks.
      7 Often, roll out. flatten, level (off or out), smooth (out), even (out), grade:
      After cutting, the lawn ought to be rolled.
      8 Usually, roll over. turn (over), rotate, spin:
      Roll onto your stomach so I can examine your back.
      9 Usually, roll up. furl, coil, curl, wind (up), wrap (up); enwrap, swathe, enfold, envelop, shroud, enshroud:
      Every night he takes down the banner and carefully rolls it. Cleopatra was rolled up in a rug to be smuggled past the guards
      10 roll in.
      (a) arrive, come in, pour in, flow in, turn up, show up:
      The contributions really started to roll in after the appeal.
      (b) luxuriate in, revel in, wallow in, savour, bask in, delight in, take pleasure in, indulge in, rejoice in, relish:
      Basil has been rolling in unaccustomed wealth since his aunt died.
      11 roll out. unroll, unfurl, spread (out), unfold, uncoil, uncurl, unwind, open (out):
      Roll out the bolt of cloth so that we can measure it.
      12 reel, spool, cylinder, scroll; tube:
      The message was written on a long roll of paper.
      13 list, rota, register, record, directory, listing, roster, slate, docket, catalogue, inventory, muster, index, census, annal(s), schedule, chronicle(s), Sports line-up:
      With great ceremony, the clerk read the roll.
      14 rolling, billowing, waving, wave action, wave, billow, swell, undulation, pitching, rocking, tossing:
      With each roll of the boat, I felt more seasick.
      15 peal, rumble, reverberation, boom, echo, thunder, roar:
      A roll of thunder drowned out her shouts.
      16 rotation, spin, toss, whirl, twirl:
      I decided to bet everything on one last roll of the dice.
      17 bun; scone, croissant; Brit bread-roll, bap, split:
      Waiter, would you please bring some more rolls?
      18 bankroll, money, wad, bundle:
      He took out a roll of notes and peeled off five twenties.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      noun, verb
      + noun
      of paper / fabric, etc.
      1 [C] ~ (of sth) a long piece of paper, fabric, film, etc. that has been wrapped around itself or a tube several times so that it forms the shape of a tube: a roll of carpet / film + Wallpaper is sold in rolls.
      See also - TOILET ROLL
      of sweets / candy
      2 (AmE) a paper tube wrapped around sweets/candy, etc: a roll of mints
      3 (also bread roll) [C] a small LOAF of bread for one person: Soup and a roll:
      £1.50 + (especially BrE) a chicken / ham roll (= filled with chicken / ham)

      Compare: BUN
      of body
      4 [sing.] an act of rolling the body over and over: The kittens were enjoying a roll in the sunshine.
      5 [C] a physical exercise in which you roll your body on the ground, moving your back and legs over your head: a forward / backward roll
      of ship / plane
      6 [U] the act of moving from side to side so that one side is higher than the other
      Compare: PITCH n. (8)
      of fat
      7 [C] an area of too much fat on your body, especially around your waist: Rolls of fat hung over his belt.
      list of names
      8 [C] an official list of names: the electoral roll (= a list of all the people who can vote in an election) + The chairman called / took the roll (= called out the names on a list to check that everyone was present).
      See also - PAYROLL
      9 [C] ~ (of sth) a deep continuous sound: the distant roll of thunder + a drum roll
      of dice
      10 [C] an act of rolling a DICE: The order of play is decided by the roll of a dice.
      See also - ROCK AND ROLL
      Idioms: be on a roll (informal) to be experiencing a period of success at what you are doing: Don't stop me now-I'm on a roll!
      a roll in the hay (informal) an act of having sex with sb
      + verb
      turn over
      1 [+adv./prep.] to turn over and over and move in a particular direction; to make a round object do this: [V] The ball rolled down the hill. + We watched the waves rolling onto the beach. + Tears rolled down her cheeks. + [VN] Delivery men were rolling barrels across the yard.
      2 [usually +adv./prep.] to turn over and over or round and round while remaining in the same place; to make sth do this: [V] a dog rolling in the mud + [VN] He was rolling a pencil between his fingers. + [V, VN] Her eyes rolled. + She rolled her eyes upwards (= to show surprise or disapproval).
      3 ~ (sb/sth) over (onto sth)
      ~ (sb/sth) (over) onto sth to turn over to face a different direction; to make sb/sth do this: [V] She rolled over to let the sun brown her back. + He rolled onto his back. + [VN] I rolled the baby over onto its stomach. + (AmE) She rolled her car in a 100 mph crash. + to roll a dice / die (= in a game)
      move on wheels
      4 [usually +adv./prep.] to move smoothly (on wheels or as if on wheels); to make sth do this: [V] The car began to roll back down the hill. + The traffic rolled slowly forwards. + Mist was rolling in from the sea. + [VN] He rolled the trolley across the room.
      make ball / tube
      5 ~ (sth) (up) (into sth) to make sth/yourself into the shape of a ball or tube: [VN] I rolled the string into a ball. + We rolled up the carpet. + a rolled-up newspaper + I always roll my own (= make my own cigarettes). + [V] The hedgehog rolled up into a ball.
      Compare: UNROLL
      fold clothing
      6 [VN +adv./prep.] ~ sth (up) to fold the edge of a piece of clothing, etc. over and over on itself to make it shorter: Roll up your sleeves. + She rolled her jeans to her knees.
      make sth flat
      7 [VN] to make sth flat by pushing sth heavy over it: Roll the pastry on a floured surface.
      wrap up
      8 [VN] ~ sb/sth / yourself (up) in sth to wrap or cover sb/sth/yourself in sth: Roll the meat in the breadcrumbs. + He rolled himself up in the blanket.
      of ship / plane / walk
      9 to move or make sth move from side to side: [V] He walked with a rolling gait. + The ship was rolling heavily to and fro. [also VN]
      Compare: PITCH v. (6)
      make sound
      10 to make a long continuous sound: [V] rolling drums + Thunder rolled. + [VN] to roll your r's (= by letting your tongue VIBRATE with each 'r' sound)
      11 when a machine rolls or sb rolls it, it operates: [V] They had to repeat the scene because the cameras weren't rolling. + [VN] Roll the cameras!
      Idioms: be rolling in money / it (informal) to have a lot of money
      rolled into one combined in one person or thing: Banks are several businesses rolled into one.
      rolling in the aisles laughing a lot: She soon had us rolling in the aisles.
      roll on ...! (spoken, BrE) used to say that you want sth to happen or arrive soon: Roll on Friday!
      roll up your sleeves to prepare to work or fight
      roll with the punches to adapt yourself to a difficult situation
      more at BALL n., GRAVE n., HEAD n., READY adj., TONGUE n.
      Phrasal Verbs: roll around (BrE also roll about) to be laughing so much that you can hardly control yourself
      roll sth<->back
      1 to turn or force sth back or further away: to roll back the frontiers of space
      2 to reduce prices, etc: to roll back inflation
      roll sth<->down
      1 to open sth by turning a handle: He rolled down his car window and started shouting at them.
      2 to make a rolled piece of clothing, etc. hang or lie flat: to roll down a blind / your sleeves
      roll in (informal)
      1 to arrive in great numbers or amounts: Offers of help are still rolling in.
      2 to arrive late at a place, without seeming worried or sorry: Steve rolled in around lunchtime.
      roll sth<->out
      1 to make sth flat by pushing sth over it: Roll out the pastry.
      2 to officially make a new product available or start a new political CAMPAIGN
      Synonym: LAUNCH
      The new model is to be rolled out in July.
      related noun ROLL-OUT
      roll up (informal) to arrive: Bill finally rolled up two hours late. + Roll up! Roll up! (= used to invite people who are passing to form an audience)
      roll sth<->up to close sth by turning a handle: She rolled up all the windows.
      Collocation Dictionary

      1 bread


      bread | crusty, soft | brown, white, wholemeal | buttered, filled | ham, cheese, etc.

      2 list of names


      Falling rolls could lead to smaller class sizes.


      electoral, membership, school

      VERB + ROLL

      strike sb off, remove sb from
      He should be struck off the roll of solicitors.
      | call, take
      The chairman called the roll (= to see if everyone was present).

      ROLL + NOUN

      Staff evacuated the building and a roll call was taken outside.


      on (the) ~
      The local authority has 50,000 pupils on roll. There are 340 children on the school roll.


      a roll of honour
      Her name was engraved on sport's roll of honour.

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