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roller
American English: /ˈroʊlər/
British English: /ˈrəʊlə/

Translation of roller in Spanish:

noun

  • 1 (for lawn, in machine, for applying paint)
    Example sentences
    • During the final phases, he uses a roller to apply paint to the highest points of the surface and then uses small brushes to add highlights.
    • Big sheets of paper cover the patio, and kid-safe paint, rollers, brushes, and stamps are everywhere.
    • Most painting projects require more than paint, brushes or rollers.
  • 3 (for moving something) 3.1 (cylinder) 3.2 (caster)
    ruedecita (feminine)
    ruedita (feminine) (especially Latin America)
    Example sentences
    • This resistance could be reduced if the fixed shafts of the rollers were rotated as they moved.
    • Product is palletized and moved over rollers and stored in one of the facility's freezers at - 18 degrees F.
    • Its two moving and two fixed feed rollers are hydraulically serial connected, and six delimbing knives ensure high quality logs.
  • 4 (wave)
    ola (feminine) grande
    Example sentences
    • The Pacific, he told her, being deeper, produced groundswells that made those of the Atlantic appear like rollers on a lake.

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