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unroll

Line breaks: un¦roll
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈrəʊl
 
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Definition of unroll in English:

verb

Open or cause to open out from a rolled-up state: [no object]: the blanket unrolled as he tugged it [with object]: two carpets had been unrolled
More example sentences
  • The newspaper fell open easily, unrolling the front page to her view.
  • Ataren said nothing but got to work on opening and unrolling the old scroll.
  • Adam unrolled his sleeve and opened the box to show Daniel.

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