- vt. & vi. (使)打滚,(使)转动,滚动 turn over and over or from side to side, or move by doing this; move steadily and smoothly along (as if) on wheels; move or cause (the eyes) to move round and round
- vt. & vi. 卷,把…卷成筒状 form into a tube or other (stated) shape by curling round and round
- vt. 碾平 make sth flat by moving sth heavy on top of it
- [C]一卷 a piece of flat material that has been rolled into a tube
- [C]面包卷,圆面包 a small loaf for one person, either long or round
- [C]名册 an official list of names
- [C]打滚,滚动 an act of rolling, a rolling movement, over and over or from side to side
rotary motion of an object around its own axis;
"wheels in axial rotation"
a list of names;
"his name was struck off the rolls"
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.);
"he shot his roll on a bob-tailed nag"
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;
"The child rolled down the hill"
"turn over on your left side"
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"
flatten or spread with a roller;
"roll out the paper"
emit, produce, or utter with a deep prolonged reverberating sound;
"The thunder rolled"
arrange or or coil around;
"roll your hair around your finger"
"Twine the thread around the spool"
"She wrapped her arms around the child"
begin operating or running;
"The cameras were rolling"
"The presses are already rolling"
shape by rolling;
"roll a cigarette"
execute a roll, in tumbling;
"The gymnasts rolled and jumped"
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;
"The curtains undulated"
"the waves rolled towards the beach"
move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment;
"The gypsies roamed the woods"
"the wandering Jew"
"The cattle roam across the prairie"
"the laborers drift from one town to the next"
"They rolled from town to town"
move, rock, or sway from side to side;
"The ship rolled on the heavy seas"
cause to move by turning over or in a circular manner of as if on an axis;
"She rolled the ball"
"They rolled their eyes at his words"
pronounce with a roll, of the phoneme /r/;
"She rolls her r's"
"The liquid was seething"
"The water rolled"
take the shape of a roll or cylinder;
"the carpet rolled out"
"Yarn rolls well"
show certain properties when being rolled;
"The carpet rolls unevenly"
"dried-out tobacco rolls badly"
- Love comes quick and passes away quick too. Only the pork roll will go on.
- The desk calculator use a roll of paper.
- A ball can roll smoothly on a plane.
- Merlin tried different ways to make himself roll.
- The platoon mustered for roll call.
- The ship was rolling heavily to and fro.
- The dog rolled on the floor.
- You should roll the wool into a ball before you start knitting.
- Jeanie would roll the pearl necklace around her fingers.
- The ailerons are moved in opposite senses to make the plane roll.
- When in the SAF-t in parts of coloured ink, swivel hinge-drum, view the SAF-t and the hinge-clip roll coloring.
- Roll out the map so that we can all see it.
- Create data-driven subscriptions that roll out reports to a large recipient list.
- Round things roll easily.
- The wire rolled easily.
- The tennis courts rolled easily after the shower.
- The drums rolled.
- The child was rolling a hoop.
- A river rolls the stones along its bed.
- We rolled a big snowball.
- He was rolling something in his fingers.
- He rolled some tobacco and made a cigarette.
- They were rolling the road.
- Roll the ball to me.
- Last October the first batch of low-alloy channel steel was successfully rolled.
- Please roll me a cigarette.
- Please roll a cigarette for me.
- Roll the pastry flat!
- Roll the road surface flat!
- Wallpaper is bought in rolls.
- Six brown rolls, please.
- His name has been on the roll of the club for ten years.
- He regularly attends church and is on the parish roll.
- The school principal announced the honor roll list.
- Our dog loves a roll on the grass.
- We felt the train begin to vibrate with the roll of wheel along the track.
- A drum roll preceded the most dangerous part of the performance.
- We heard the distant roll of the big guns.
- roll across (v.+prep.)
在…中翻腾 seethe across
roll across sth
Dark clouds rolled across the skies.
- roll along1 (v.+adv.)
滚滚向前 turn forwards
Like the Mississippi, it just keeps rolling along.
The automobile rolled along.
We were rolling along merrily when suddenly we had a burst tyre.
- roll along2 (v.+prep.)
沿…滚动 turn upside down or inside out along sth
roll sth along sth
That boy rolled the ball along the ground.
- roll at (v.+prep.)
(眼睛)盯着…打转 fix one's eyes on sb
roll at sb
His eyes rolled strangely at me.
- roll away (v.+adv.)
消散 scatter and disappear
The clouds are rolling away.
云彩消散开去。roll sth ⇔ away
The sun soon rolled the mist away.
- roll back (v.+adv.)
使退却; 击退 cause to retreat or withdraw; push back
The ball rolled back.
球滚回来了。roll sth ⇔ back
Let's roll back the carpet and have a dance.
I think it would look better if you rolled the hair back from your face.
我想你把前面的头发卷起来会更好看些。roll sth ⇔ back
The authorities took measures to roll commodity price back.
The firm is on trial for refusing to roll back its pay increases to the level allowed by law.
公司因拒绝将工资增额压低到法定水平而受审。roll sb/sth ⇔ back
They have rolled back the invading enemy force.
The new administration is confident of rolling back the tide of unrest which is sweeping the country.
- roll by (v.+adv.)
流逝 go steadily past
The years rolled by.
Centuries rolled by.
- roll down (v.+prep.)
(使)滚下 (cause to) move along on wheels or by turning over and over
roll down sth
At the moment heavy rocks and stones rolled down the hillside.
She could not help her tears of gratitude rolling down her face.
- roll in1 (v.+adv.)
滚滚而来 move or come in or together in large numbers or quantities
The waves rolled in to the beach.
The fog rolled in from the water.
Delegates rolled in from all parts of the country.
When they were in need of certain new farming implements, offers of help rolled in from all the nearby factories.
- roll in2 (v.+prep.)
拥有大量(钱财) have plenty of (money)
roll in sth
She is rolling in money.
Why do they want this?They're rolling in dollars.
- roll into (v.+prep.)
(使)滚进 (cause to) move along on wheels or by turning over and over into sth
roll into sth
The ball rolled into the hole.
The ocean waves rolled into the shore.
波浪卷向海岸。roll sth into sth
The man rolled the barrel into the yard.
He rolled the clay into a ball.
- roll off (v.+adv.)
印出; 复印出 print by passing paper etc.
roll sth ⇔ off
Books roll off the printing machine at the rate of two a week.
A couple of dozen prints were rolled off in no time.
- roll on (v.+adv.)
滚滚向前,飞驰 move forward steadily and continuously
The Yangtze River rolls on eastwards.
Our lorry rolled on through the morning wind.
Time rolls on, waiting for no man.
The wheel of history rolls on.
- roll onto (v.+prep.)
滚上 turn over sth on sth
roll sth onto sth
We rolled the barrels of oil onto the ship.
- roll out (v.+adv.)
滚了出来 seethe out
roll sth ⇔ out
They rolled out the red carpet for the guests.
Spread some flour on the table and roll the pastry out very thin.
The speech rolled out from his lips.
他滔滔不绝地演讲。roll sth ⇔ out
He rolled out the words, so that everyone could hear.
I rolled out about three o'clock in the morning to ride guard till daylight.
A pot fell over and some stones rolled out.
- roll over (v.+adv.)
从(边上)滚下; (使)翻滚,(使)打滚 rotate and fall over (an edge); turn completely or partially over
The car hit a lamppost and rolled over twice before coming to a stop.
Every time I rolled over,I woke up because I put my weight on my wounded knee.
My horse fell and rolled over on me.
我的马倒下来滚在我身上。roll sb/sth ⇔ over
A bicycle hit me and rolled me over.
The policeman rolled the body over to look for the missing gun.
- roll round1 (v.+adv.)
转动; 循环 spin on or as if on an axis
The globe is rolling round all the time.
Spring rolled round again.
- roll round2 (v.+prep.)
把…裹在…上 wrap sth on sb
roll sth round sb/sth
He rolled the sheet round her.
- roll up (v.+adv.)
大量积累 acquire or increase by successive accumulation
roll sb/oneself/sth ⇔ up
Rolling up his trousers, he worked with the others in the fields.
He rolled the picture up in some paper.
Let's roll up the carpet.
He rolled his clothes up to make a pillow.
His father took the painting out from the frame and rolled it up for storage.
They rolled the child up in a blanket.
She rolled herself up in the blankets.
We rolled up to the front porch.
Roll up and see the lions.
Roll up and see the sights!
Roll up, roll up!See the great magician perform his famous tricks!
Curious sightseers rolled up in their hundreds.
His debts were rolling up.
Club membership has been rolling up for the past few months.
在过去的几个月里俱乐部的成员一直在增加。roll sth ⇔ up
He rolled up a huge fortune.
- roll with (v.+prep.)
因…而转动 seethe because of sth
roll with sth
His eyes were rolling with fear.
- roll a cigarette 卷一根纸烟
- roll a hoop 滚铁环
- roll a lawn 把草坪碾平
- roll a map 把地图卷起来
- roll a pencil 旋转笔
- roll a snowball 滚雪球
- roll a towel 把毛巾卷起来
- roll barrels 滚着圆桶
- roll carpet 把地毯卷起来
- roll some tobacco 把烟丝裹起来
- roll string 把细绳绕成线团
- roll the road 碾压道路
- roll the stones 翻滚石头
- roll wool 把毛线绕成线团
- roll badly 摇晃得厉害
- roll dangerously 危险地度过
- roll fiercely 残忍地度过
- roll furiously 剧烈转动
- roll heavily 重重地转动
- roll impetuously 鲁莽地转动
- roll luxuriously 奢侈地度过
- roll rhythmically 有节奏地转动
- roll smoothly 平静地度过
- roll along (车)驶向前去
- roll in 滚滚涌上
- roll on 岁月流逝
- roll out one's words 用流畅的声音说话
- roll up 蹒跚地走来,卷起
- roll up one's trousers 卷起裤腿
- bacon and tomato roll 猪肉加西红柿的面包
- bake rolls 烘面包卷
- breakfast rolls 早餐面包卷
- cheese roll 干酪面包
- drums roll 隆隆的鼓声
- egg rolls 炸蛋卷
- ham roll 火腿面包
- jelly roll 果子冻卷筒蛋糕
- membership roll 会员名册
- pay roll 工资表
- school roll 学生名册
- employment roll 雇员名册
- honour roll 荣誉名册
Poured..milk into his tea and ate a buttered roll.出自： B. Malamud
The drums..played a murderously fast roll.出自： S. T. Felstead
The house shook..after a long roll of thunder.出自： E. Welty
She wasn't rolling about in the gutter with a bottle of meths.出自： B. Bainbridge
As the..car slid sideways, she thought..it would roll.出自： P. Carey
She rolled over in the still water.出自： S. Cooper
She liked her baby to have..liberty to roll around.出自： M. Forster
- roll的基本意思是“滚动”,指一个物体(如圆柱体)在另一物体接触面上不断移动; 引申可表示“卷”“把…卷成筒状”“碾平”等; 在非正式英语中,可指岁月“流逝”,时间不知不觉地“度过”等。
- roll, catalogue, list, table
- This is the list of the people who are going to the picnic.这是打算参加野炊的人员名单。
- The teacher read the roll of graduates.教师宣读毕业生名单。
- Find Volume 3 by reading in the table of contents.看着目录,找到第3卷。
- ☆ 13世纪初期进入英语，直接源自古法语的rolle，意为羊皮卷；最初源自中世纪拉丁语的rotulus，意为一卷纸。