Simple Definition of unroll
: to make (something that has been rolled) flat : to smooth out (something that is rolled up)
: to make (something) known in a public or formal way
: to happen as time passes
Examples of unroll in a sentence
He carefully unrolled the ancient scroll.
I unrolled the new carpet.
When we arrived at the cabin, we unrolled our sleeping bags.
The hose will unroll if you pull on it.
Last week, the government unrolled a new vaccination campaign.
The scandal unrolled over the course of several weeks.
First Known Use of unroll
Rhymes with unroll
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UNROLL Defined for Kids
Definition of unroll for Students
1 : to unwind a roll of
2 : to become unrolled
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