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rolling /'rɔlikiɳ/
  • danh từ
    • (kỹ thuật) sự lăn, sự cán
    • sự tròng trành, sự lắc lư nghiêng ngả
    • tiếng vang rền (sấm, trống...)
    • tính từ
      • lăn
      • dâng lên cuồn cuộn
      • trôi qua
        • the rolling years: năm tháng trôi qua
      • rolling stone gathers no moss
        • (xem) gather
    Concise Dictionary
    'rəʊlɪŋ
    noun
    +a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
    +the act of robbing a helpless person
    +propelling something on wheels
    adj.
    +characterized by reverberation
    +uttered with a trill
    +moving in surges and billows and rolls

    rolls|rolled|rollingrəʊl
    noun
    +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)
    verb
    +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
    v.
    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.
    n.
    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
    + adjective [only before noun]
    1 (of hills or countryside) having gentle slopes
    2 done in regular stages or at regular intervals over a period of time: a rolling programme of reform


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