Definition of rollback
: the act or an instance of rolling back a government-ordered rollback of gasoline prices
Examples of rollback in a Sentence
a government-ordered rollback of gasoline prices
a rollback in environmental regulations
a rollback of previous wage concessions
Recent Examples of rollback from the Web
Those rollbacks are far from assured, however, and environmentalists plan to challenge them in court.
With all the environmental rollbacks Trump has ordered, the U.S. wasn’t poised to meet its Paris commitments anyway.
If Trump’s administration is successful in allowing this religious rollback, women will be forced to pay out-of-pocket for all birth control.
But not so with the regulatory rollback, report Politico's Andrew Restuccia and Nancy Cook.
One potential risk is that these rollbacks could sap any momentum for stronger global climate action.
Second, while the issue affecting activations was fixed in less than thirty minutes (by rolling back the changes) the effect of the preproduction code on our validation service continued after the rollback took place.
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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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