rollback

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noun roll·back \ˈrōl-ˌbak\

Definition of rollback

  1. :  the act or an instance of rolling back a government-ordered rollback of gasoline prices

Examples of rollback in a Sentence

  1. a government-ordered rollback of gasoline prices

  2. a rollback in environmental regulations

  3. a rollback of previous wage concessions

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First Known Use of rollback

1937


ROLLBACK Defined for English Language Learners

rollback

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Definition of rollback for English Language Learners

  • : a reduction or decrease in something

  • : the act of reversing or undoing something



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