roll verb (MOVE)
roll verb (TURN OVER)
- He rolled a cigarette while he was waiting.
- You should roll your sleeves up if you don't want them to get dirty.
- By rolling up his sleeping bag he was able to fit it into his rucksack.
- Roll the mixture in your hands and then dip it into the batter.
- She rolled up the newspaper and used it to swat the fly.
roll verb (SMOOTH)
roll verb (SOUND)
roll noun (TUBE)
a roll of carpet 一卷地毯
roll noun (BREAD)
roll noun (LIST)
roll noun (MOVEMENT)
a roll in the hay humorous