Definition of roll on in English:

roll on

[in imperative] British informal Used to indicate that one wants a particular time or event to come quickly: roll on January!
More example sentences
  • So roll on the blockbuster season and another round of Lara Croft shoot-em-ups!
  • Roll on next Tuesday.
  • Roll on next year!
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