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"roll up!" in British English

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roll up!

UK old-fashioned
said, especially in the past, by someone who wanted people to come and pay to look at something unusual or interesting: "Roll up! Roll up! Come and see the amazing bearded lady!" shouted the circus man.

roll up

informal
phrasal verb with roll uk   /rəʊl/ us   /roʊl/ verb

roll-upnoun [C]

uk   /ˈrəʊl.ʌp/ us   /ˈroʊl.ʌp/ UK
a cigarette that you make by wrapping a piece of paper around some tobacco
(Definition of roll up! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"roll-up" in Business English

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roll-upadjective [before noun]

uk   /ˈrəʊlʌp/ us   FINANCE
used to describe a loan on which you do not pay interest while you are paying back the principle (= amount borrowed), but pay it at the end of the period of the loan: a roll-up mortgage
(Definition of roll-up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “roll up!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 手卷的纸烟…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手捲的紙煙…
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“roll up!” in British English

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