Definition of rollout
1 : the public introduction of a new aircraft; broadly : the widespread public introduction of a new product
2 : a football play in which the quarterback rolls to the left or right
Examples of rollout in a Sentence
the national rollout of a new wireless service
Recent Examples of rollout from the Web
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.
There’s no mention of Gottwald’s name in the song or in its rollout, but the major cause of a recent period of deep despair Kesha discusses in her Lenny Letter essay is clear.
The rollout will be slow as the city works with a variety of vendors to test different types of meters.
This fall, District 203 will enter the last phase of its three-year rollout to put a digital device in the hands of nearly every student in the district.
House Republicans have delayed the rollout of their budget for the 2018 fiscal year until after members return from a July 4 recess, according to lawmakers and aides, amid continuing negotiations over proposed mandatory spending cuts.
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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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