There are 2 main translations of rollo in English:

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rollo 1

adjetivo invariable

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There are 2 main translations of rollo in English:

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rollo 2

sustantivo masculino

  • 4 (España) tener rollo, ¡qué rollo tiene este tío!
    this guy sure does go on!
    [familiar]
    this guy never shuts up!
    [familiar]
    tiene mucho rollo, pero a la hora de la verdad…
    he talks a lot o [familiar] he has a big mouth, but when it comes down to it…
Example sentences
  • Cada mañana le daba un nuevo ángulo y de nuevo iba con el mismo rollo.
  • Al interior encontraron cerca de 600 rollos de película de polipropileno.
  • Ben Law nos ofrece en Chile una forma de construir con madera en rollo.

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