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rollovernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈrəʊləʊvər/
US FINANCE an occasion when ​money is ​moved from one ​investment to another, often without the need to ​paytax: They ​saved about $18,000 in ​superannuation rollover ​funds.
FINANCE an occasion when a ​debt or ​loan is ​moved from one ​company to another, or a ​debt or ​loanarrangement is ​allowed to continue for a ​longerperiod than previously ​agreed: Debt rollover is said to be an ​efficient way to ​pay off your ​debts. Are you able to take out a rollover ​loan?
IT an ​image that ​changes on a ​computerscreen when a cursor is ​moved over it: an image rollover.
MARKETING an occasion when a ​prize has not been ​won in a ​competition and is ​added to the ​prizeoffered in the next ​competition: This is a rollover week for the ​lottery.
(Definition of rollover from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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