Definición de roll-up en inglés:

roll-up

Saltos de línea: roll-up

sustantivo

1 (chiefly North American also roll-your-own) British informal A hand-rolled cigarette.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The company has over 320 brands, including cigarettes, cigars and roll-your-own.
  • Over 1.2 billion people worldwide regularly smoke tobacco products, not including the use of roll-your-owns or smokeless tobacco.
  • Half the participants smoked tailor-made cigarettes and half smoked rallies or both tailor-mades and roll-your-owns.
2Australian informal An assembly or its turnout: we should get a big roll-up

adjetivo

[attributive] Volver al principio  
1Denoting something which can be rolled up: roll-up panels
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Bring an inner-tube or a roll-up toboggan or something, so if the pigs show up you can pull a fancy Batman escape, zipping down the east face, giggling like an imp.
  • A less expensive solution is to leave windows uncovered, or only minimally blocked with roll-up shades or sheer fabric panels.
  • She had another one of those kits like the one Chihirae had owned: a small leather roll-up pouch with grooming tools nestled in the loops.
2 Finance Denoting an investment fund in which returns are reinvested and tax liabilities can be reduced.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Dispose of interests in offshore roll-up funds if the proceeds will be taxed at a lower rate in the foreign jurisdiction than your home country.
  • The gross roll-up nature of the investment ensures the maximum amount of earnings and capital appreciation can be retained for further investment without incurring a tax charge.
  • Under the new gross roll-up system, tax on investments must now be paid on the encashment of the policy, rather than on an annual basis.

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verb
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