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Sinónimos de roll en inglés:

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  • 1 the bottle rolled down the table
    turn round and round, go round and round, turn over and over, spin, rotate
  • 2 waiters rolled in the trolleys
    wheel, push, trundle
  • 3 we rolled past fields
    travel, go, move, pass, cruise, sweep
  • 4 the months rolled by
    pass, pass by, go by, slip by, fly by, elapse, wear on, march on
  • 5 tears rolled down her cheeks
    flow, run, course, stream, pour, spill, trickle
  • 6 the mist rolled in
    billow, undulate, tumble
  • 7 he rolled his handkerchief into a ball
    wind, coil, fold, curl;
  • 8 roll out the pastry
    flatten (out), level (out);
    even out
  • 9 they rolled about with laughter
  • 10 the ship began to roll
    lurch, toss, rock, pitch, plunge, sway, reel, list, keel
  • 11 thunder rolled
    rumble, reverberate, echo, resound, boom, roar, grumble
  • sustantivo

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  • 1 a roll of wallpaper
    cylinder, tube, scroll;
    bolt
  • 2 a roll of film
    reel, spool
  • 3 a roll of $20 bills
    wad, bundle
  • 4 a roll of the dice
    throw, toss, turn, spin
  • 5 crusty rolls
    bread roll, bun, bagel, hoagie, kaiser roll
  • 6 the electoral roll
    list, register, directory, record, file, index, catalog, inventory, address book;
  • 7 a roll of thunder
    rumble, reverberation, echo, boom, clap, crack, roar, grumble
  • Frases

    roll in

    1
    informal
  • 1.1 money has been rolling in
    pour in, flood in, flow in
  • 2.1 he rolled in at nine o'clock
  • rolling in it

    2
    informal See rich (sense 1)

    roll something out

    3
    she rolled out her towel
    unroll, spread out, unfurl, unfold, open (out), unwind, uncoil

    roll something up

    4
    they rolled up the sleeping bags
    fold (up), furl, wind up, coil (up), bundle up

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    Palabra del día prepotent
    Pronunciación: prɪˈpəʊt(ə)nt
    adjective
    greater than others in power or influence