Examples of rollout in a Sentence
the national rollout of a new wireless service
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The senior connected on touchdown passes of 80, 67 and 56 yards – by way of a play-action fake and a pair of rollouts – in a 62-19 rout of Providence.
The rollout of her new single is a highly focused diss and dig at everyone who has ever wronged her.
In May, Waymo revealed key details of its latest self-driving car design to Bloomberg as part of the rollout of a new program that ferries ordinary passengers around in Phoenix.
Microsoft said Windows 10 S devices are being introduced as planned, but that 2018 will see a broader rollout of Windows 10 S devices.
The district's rollout of the plan for the school, first announced in June, was criticized by one local alderman.
The rollout continued a Justice Department tradition of announcing a major health-care enforcement action each summer.
Representatives have encouraged Netflix to include resources for help in its rollout.
The rollout of the new brand will include changing the name and logo across signage and other company and corporate assets - a process expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
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Examples of roll out in a Sentence
you'll have to roll out by at least 8:00 a.m. in order to get there on time
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roll out Synonyms
Synonymsget up, rise, arise, turn out, uprise
Antonymsbed (down), retire, turn in
Related Wordsarouse, awake, awaken, bestir, stir, wake
Near Antonymscatnap, doze, drop off, lie up, nap, nod, rest, sleep, slumber, snooze; bunk, perch, roost, settle; couch, doss (down) [chiefly British], flop (down), lie (down), recline
ROLLOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rollout for English Language Learners
: an occasion when a new product or service is first offered for sale or use
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