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Meaning of “roll in” in the English Dictionary

"roll in" in British English

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roll in

informal
phrasal verb with roll uk   /rəʊl/  us   /roʊl/ verb
to ​arrive in ​greatnumbers or ​amounts: Once ​ourbusiness gets ​started, the money will be ​rolling in.
(Definition of roll in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"roll in" in American English

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roll in

phrasal verb with roll  us   /roʊl/ verb
to ​arrive: Fog rolled in ​overnight. infml If you say someone rolls in, you ​mean that ​person has ​arrived late or unexpectedly: What ​time did you roll in last ​night? infml If something such as ​money rolls in, it ​arrives in ​largeamounts: Business was ​great, and the ​money was rolling in.
(Definition of roll in from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"roll in" in Business English

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roll in

phrasal verb with roll uk   us   /rəʊl/ verb
to arrive in great ​numbers or ​amounts: Once our ​business gets ​started, the ​money will be ​rolling in. More ​storeopenings are ​planned abroad and at ​home to ​keep the ​cashrolling in. The ​firm has a ​healthybacklog of ​ordersrolling in.
(Definition of roll in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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