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
Banks and financial firms have been pushing for regulatory rollback, so this is a win for them as well as for Republicans.
This hesitant reaction to Pruitt’s rollback underscores the strange position in which the EPA administrator finds himself.
The New York Times reported this month that several of the independent companies seeking the regulatory rollbacks had been cited for workplace safety violations in recent years at a rate much higher than the industry average.
That scenario, Tom Donohue said, would endanger the economic momentum from the GOP tax cuts and Trump’s rollback of regulations.
That a Wall Street regulatory rollback is possible is a testament to the financial sector’s improved standing on Capitol Hill — as well as to the lobbying muscle of local banks and credit unions present in every state.
Here is what a rollback in mileage standards would mean: Thousands of Americans would die unnecessarily from cardiovascular and other diseases every year.
That led to several overhauls from Mr. Pruitt, who started rollbacks on power-plant pollution rules, vehicle-emissions limits, and EPA’s power over streams and lakes.
The purge of Poland’s Supreme Court threatened to extend rollbacks in a nation that was once a post-communist democratic success story, critics said.
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Examples of roll back in a Sentence
lobbyists for the industry pressured the legislators to roll back the new automotive safety standards
roll back Synonyms
do away with, set aside;
ROLLBACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rollback for English Language Learners
: a reduction or decrease in something
: the act of reversing or undoing something
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