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Translation of "roll" - English-Russian dictionary

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 катить(ся) (что-либо) по/вокруг/над и т. д. 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 скатываться/катиться в/откатываться и т. д. 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 свертывать, скручивать 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 закатывать глаза 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-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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