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rollover British & World English

The extension or transfer of a debt or other financial arrangement

turn in one's grave British & World English

Used to express the opinion that something would have caused anger or distress in someone who is now dead

rollover credit British & World English

(Chiefly in plural) a line of credit for which interest rates are adjusted at fixed intervals with reference to the market rate.

rollover relief British & World English

Relief from the payment of capital gains tax on the sale of a capital asset.

rollover contract British & World English

A contract relating to a rollover.

rollover provision British & World English

A provision allowing for the deferral of capital gains tax on the sale of a capital asset if the capital gain is reinvested within a set period of time.

rollover contribution British & World English

A contribution made to a pension or similar savings plan by transferring a lump sum from another plan.