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
But the gradual rollout also gives employers time to adjust in ways that could eliminate more low-skill jobs through technology, such as touch screens in grocery stores or ordering fast food via tablets, Baker said.
The rollout Wednesday at Mojave Air & Space Port in the desert northeast of Los Angeles followed removal of scaffolding used during construction and placement of the aircraft on its 28 wheels for the first time.
A year ago, Vulcan seemed to still hope for a rollout in 2016.
Samsung officials had aimed internally for a late May U.S. rollout of Bixby, the Galaxy S8’s artificial-intelligence service, The...
Or the Medicare drug program rollout, when millions of low-income beneficiaries couldn't get their prescriptions filled initially?
Molina has grown more prominent during the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, as Medicaid expanded and state insurance exchanges launched.
The playlist has more than 6 million followers in the United States, with a global rollout planned.
All involved with the film brace for a societal split over Stern’s mass market rollout.
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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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