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roll out something

phrasal verb with roll  us   /roʊl/ verb
  • (MAKE SMOOTH)

to make something ​smooth and ​flat, by ​pushing a ​cylindricalobject or ​tool over it: Roll out the ​cookiedough between two ​sheets of ​waxpaper.

roll out something

phrasal verb with roll  us   /roʊl/ verb
  • (MAKE AVAILABLE)

to make something ​available or ​known to ​people for the first ​time: The ​company has rolled out new ​servicesfaster than any other in the ​field.
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