roll up

verb
Updated on: 12 Nov 2017

Definition of roll up

transitive verb
: to increase or acquire by successive accumulations : accumulate
  • rolled up a large majority
intransitive verb
1 : to become larger by successive accumulations
2 : to arrive in a vehicle

Examples of roll up in a Sentence

  1. ticket sales are expected to roll up as the date of the concert nears

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First Known Use of roll up

1822


Law Dictionary

rollup

noun roll·up \ ˈrōl-ˌəp \

legal Definition of rollup



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