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roll

verb
 
 
/rəʊl/
roll (sth) across/around/over, etc B2 to move somewhere by turning in a circular direction, or to make something move this way
toczyć się/ coś , obracać się/ coś
The ball rolled through the goalkeeper's legs. She rolled over onto her side.Revolving, rotating and spinning
roll down/in/off, etc B2 to move somewhere smoothly
toczyć/wtaczać/staczać się, płynąć
Tears rolled down her face.General words for movement
B2 [T] to turn something around itself to make the shape of a ball or tube
zwijać
to roll a cigaretteRevolving, rotating and spinningStraight, even and level
roll your eyes to move your eyes so that they are looking up, usually to show surprise or disapproval
przewracać lub wywracać oczami
Grimacing and frowning
→  See also set/start the ball rolling , be rolling in it , roll in , roll sth up , roll up
(Definition of roll verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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