Definition of roll-on roll-off in English:

roll-on roll-off

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adjective

British
Denoting a passenger ferry in which vehicles are driven directly on at the start of the voyage and driven off at the end of it.
More example sentences
  • The ro-ro ferry, with 12 passengers on board, lost power in gale force winds while approaching St Margaret's Hope in March.
  • The first is by roll-on roll-off vessel, the vehicle being driven below decks where it is secured and then driven off at its destination.
  • The yard is working on eight ships at the moment, five being ro-ro ferries.

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