roll

rəul

Перевод:

Verb: катиться катить перевернуться раскатать
Noun: рулон крен ролик свиток

Фразы:

to roll up a cover - закатать чехол

roll-on deodorant - шариковый дезодорант

to roll / throw (the) dice - кидать кости

roll of the dice - число, выпадающее при игре в кости

to roll a dough - раскатывать тесто

to roll a drunk - ограбить пьяного

frequency in roll - частота поперечных колебаний

roll-aboard suitcase - чемодан на колёсиках с выдвигающейся ручкой

roll of wallpaper - рулон обоев

roll-formed channel - гнутый швеллер

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Примеры:

She rolled the ball - Она выкатила мяч

The child rolled down the hill - Ребенок скатился с горы

Heads will roll. - Полетят головы. (обещание суровых наказаний или жестких действий)

Can you roll down the car window? - Ты можешь открыть окно (автомобиля)?

The kitten rolled itself into a ball. - Котёнок свернулся в клубок.

Two students missed roll call. - Двое студентов пропустили перекличку.

The great river rolled on. - Великая река не спеша несла свои воды.

Roll on the weekend! - Поскорее бы выходные!

The water rolled. - Вода бурно закипела. (roll = boil vigorously)

She was chomping on a bread roll. - Она жевала булочку.

The teacher called the roll. - Учитель устроил перекличку.

Roll up the rug and carry it away. - Закатай ковер и вынеси его.

Pizza dough should be rolled thinly. - Тесто для пиццы нужно раскатывать тонко.

The thunder rolled. - Раздался гром.

He rolled his shoulders back. - Он расправил плечи.

I used up three rolls of film on holiday. - В отпуске я истратила три рулона /катушки/ фотоплёнки.

If you hold the door open, we can roll the thing in. - Если вы подержите дверь, мы закатим это в дом.

She rolls her r's. - Она раскатисто произносит звук "r".

The ball rolled slowly to a stop. - Мяч медленно остановился.

He turned up missing at roll call. - На перекличке его не оказалось.

Roll the chicken wings in the batter. - Обваляйте куриные крылышки в кляре.

One of the eggs rolled off the counter. - Одно из яиц скатилось с прилавка.

The hills rolled past. - Мимо проносились холмы.

Heads will roll for this! - За это кому-то не сносить головы!

They rolled from town to town. - Они переезжали из города в город.

Roll the dough into small balls. - Раскатайте тесто на небольшие шарики.

He used to roll his own cigarettes. - Он обычно курил самокрутки.

Three senators missed the roll call. - Три сенатора пропустили перекличку.

Please develop this roll of film for me. - Проявите мне, пожалуйста, эту катушку с плёнкой.

The car rolled slowly to a stop. - Автомобиль медленно остановился.

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Фразовые глаголы:

To roll back a change or the power of something means to gradually reduce it or end it.

If something such as money is rolling in, it is appearing or being received in large quantities.

If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter.

To roll back a change or the power of something means to gradually reduce it or end it.

If something such as money is rolling in, it is appearing or being received in large quantities.

If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter.

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Связанные термины:

roll in: If something such as money is rolling in, it is appearing or being received in large quantities.

roll on: A roll-on is a deodorant or cosmetic that you apply to your body using a container with a ball which turns round in the neck of the container.

roll up: If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter.

bog roll: a toilet roll ; toilet paper

dog-roll: a large sausage-shaped roll of processed meat used for dog food

drum roll: A drum roll is a series of drumbeats that follow each other so quickly that they make a continuous sound. A drum roll is often used to show that someone important is arriving, or to introduce someone.

egg roll: a Chinese-American dish consisting of egg dough filled with a minced mixture of pork, bamboo shoots, onions, etc, and browned in deep fat

jam roll: a sponge cake spread with jam, cream, or some other filling, and rolled up

pipe roll: an annual record of the accounts of a sheriff or other minister of the crown kept at the British Exchequer from the 12th to the 19th centuries

rent-roll: a register of lands and buildings owned by a person, company, etc, showing the rent due and total amount received from each tenant

roll back: To roll back a change or the power of something means to gradually reduce it or end it.

roll bag: a small zippered duffel bag for carrying school supplies, sports gear, or the like

roll bar: a strong steel bar that passes over and across the width of the interior compartment in some automotive vehicles so as to reduce injury to the driver and passengers if the vehicle rolls over

roll cage: A roll cage is a safety structure built onto an open car, tractor, or off-highway vehicle to protect the people inside if the vehicle rolls over.

roll call: If you take a roll call, you check which of the members of a group are present by reading their names out.

roll film: a length of photographic film backed with opaque paper and rolled on a spool

roll mill: A roll mill is a mixer with cylinders that rotate to squeeze the components together.

roll-neck: A roll-neck sweater or a roll-necked sweater is a sweater with a high neck than can be rolled over.

roll off: to exhibit gradually reduced response at the upper or lower ends of the working frequency range

roll out: to cause ( pastry ) to become flatter and thinner by pressure with a rolling pin

roll over: to overturn

roll-top: made with a flexible top of parallel slats that slides back

snap roll: a manoeuvre in which an aircraft makes a fast roll

barrel roll: a flight manoeuvre in which an aircraft rolls about its longitudinal axis while following a spiral course in line with the direction of flight

bread roll: a small piece of bread dough made into a circular shape and baked

bridge roll: a soft bread roll in a long thin shape

class roll: (in Britain) a list categorizing students according to the class of honours they have obtained in their degree examination

cloth roll: a roller, located at the front of a loom, on which woven material is wound after it leaves the breast beam

court roll: the register of land holdings, etc, of a manorial court

dandy roll: a light roller used in the manufacture of certain papers to produce watermarks

death roll: a list of the people killed in a war or disaster

dinner roll: a small round piece of bread provided as a side dish as part of a meal

Eskimo roll: a manoeuvre that causes a kayak to return to an upright position after capsizing

French roll: → French twist

heads roll: said to mean that the people responsible or in positions of power when something goes wrong are punished, usually by losing their job or position

honor roll: a list of students who have gained high grades

jelly roll: Jelly roll is a cylindrical cake made from a thin, flat cake which is covered with jam or cream on one side, then rolled up.

kaiser roll: a large, round roll with a hard crust, used for sandwiches

music roll: a roll of perforated paper for use in a mechanical instrument such as a player piano

muster roll: a list of the officers and men in a regiment, ship's company, etc

on a roll: If someone is on a roll, they are having great success which seems likely to continue.

piano roll: a perforated roll of paper actuating the playing mechanism of a Pianola

roll center: The roll center is the center about which a vehicle body rolls .

roll cloud: arcus

roll-collar: (of a garment ) having a high neck that may be rolled over

roll-necked: (of a garment ) having a high neck that may be rolled over

roll round: to recur, as in a cycle

spring roll: A spring roll is a Chinese food consisting of a small roll of thin pastry filled with vegetables and sometimes meat, and then fried.

swiss roll: A swiss roll is a cylindrical cake made from a thin flat sponge which is covered with jam or cream on one side, then rolled up.

toilet roll: A toilet roll is a long narrow strip of toilet paper that is wound around a small cardboard tube.

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Однокоренные слова:

roll away - откатывать, откатываться, рассеиваться
roll back - откатывать или откатываться назад, снижать цены до прежнего уровня
roll by - проезжать мимо, прокатить, проходить
roll in - вкатываться, скатить, сходиться в большом количестве
roll off - размножать, барабанить, говорить наизусть, размножить
roll on - проходить
roll out - раскатывать, выкатываться, выкатывать, ворочать, произносить внушительно
roll over - ворочать, ворочаться, перекатывать, перекатываться, опрокидывать
roll round - приходить, возвращаться
roll up - свернуть, закатать, свертывать, свертываться, подкатить, завертывать, скатывать

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