Definition of roll in
1 : to appear or arrive in large numbers or amounts The money has been rolling in.
2 : to arrive at a place especially later than usual or expected He finally rolled in at 3:30 in the morning.
Word by Word Definitions
: a written document that may be rolled up : scroll
: a document containing an official or formal record
: a manuscript book
: to impel forward by causing to turn over and over on a surface
: to cause to revolve by turning over and over on or as if on an axis
: to cause to move in a circular manner
: a sound produced by rapid strokes on a drum
: a sonorous and often rhythmical flow of speech
: a heavy reverberatory sound
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