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rouler verbe

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to rotate on fore-and-aft axis)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to utter with a trill)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to wrap round on itself)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

drive◼◼◼(to travel by operating a motorized vehicle)
verb
[UK: draɪv drəʊv ˈdrɪv.n̩] [US: ˈdraɪv droʊv ˈdrɪv.n̩]

ride [rode, ridden, riding, rides]◼◼◼(to transport oneself by sitting on and directing a horse, bicycle etc.)
verb
[UK: raɪd rəʊd ˈrɪd.n̩] [US: ˈraɪd roʊd ˈrɪd.n̩]

wheel [wheeled, wheeled, wheeling, wheels]◼◼◻(To roll along as on wheels)
verb
[UK: ˈwiːl̩] [US: ˈhwiːl̩]

take in◼◻◻(deceive; hoodwink)
verb
[UK: teɪk ɪn] [US: ˈteɪk ɪn]

rook [rooked, rooked, rooking, rooks]◼◻◻(cheat, swindle)
verb
[UK: rʊk] [US: ˈrʊk]

finagle [finagled, finagled, finagling, finagles]((transitive, intransitive) to cheat or swindle; to use crafty, deceitful methods (often with "out of"))
verb
[UK: fə.ˈneɪ.ɡəl] [US: fə.ˈneɪ.ɡəl]

rouler [dough] verbe

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to press or level with a roller)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

rouler à vélo verbe

bicycle [bicycled, bicycled, bicycling, bicycles]◼◼◼(to ride a bicycle)
verb
[UK: ˈbaɪ.sɪk.l̩] [US: ˈbaɪ.sɪk.l̩]

rouler dans la farine verbe

pull the wool over someone's eyes(to deceive someone)
verb
[UK: pʊl ðə wʊl ˈəʊv.ə(r) ˈsəˌm.wənz aɪz] [US: ˈpʊl ðə ˈwʊl ˈoʊv.r̩ ˈsəˌm.wənz ˈaɪz]

rouler des épaules verbe

swagger [swaggered, swaggered, swaggering, swaggers](to walk with a swaying motion)
verb
[UK: ˈswæ.ɡə(r)] [US: ˈswæ.ɡər]

rouler des mécaniques verbe

swagger [swaggered, swaggered, swaggering, swaggers]◼◼◼(to act in a pompous manner)
verb
[UK: ˈswæ.ɡə(r)] [US: ˈswæ.ɡər]

rouler en boule verbe

wad [wadded, wadded, wadding, wads]◼◼◼(to crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball)
verb
[UK: wɒd] [US: ˈwɑːd]

rouler une galoche verbe

French kiss(to give a French kiss)
verb

rouler une pelle verbe

French kiss◼◼◼(to give a French kiss)
verb

[colloquial] rouler verbe

fool(to trick; to make a fool of someone)
verb
[UK: fuːl] [US: ˈfuːl]

trick(to fool; to cause to believe something untrue)
verb
[UK: trɪk] [US: ˈtrɪk]

[colloquial] rouler un patin verbe

French kiss(to give a French kiss)
verb

dérouler verbe

unfold [unfolded, unfolded, unfolding, unfolds]◼◼◼(To turn out to happen; to develop)
verb
[UK: ʌn.ˈfəʊld] [US: ʌnˈfoʊld]

unfold [unfolded, unfolded, unfolding, unfolds]◼◼◼verb
[UK: ʌn.ˈfəʊld] [US: ʌnˈfoʊld]

unfold [unfolded, unfolded, unfolding, unfolds]◼◼◼(To undo a folding)
verb
[UK: ʌn.ˈfəʊld] [US: ʌnˈfoʊld]

unwind [unwound, unwound, unwinding, unwinds]◼◼◻(to wind off)
verb
[UK: ˌʌn.ˈwaɪnd ˌʌn.ˈwaʊnd ˌʌn.ˈwaʊnd] [US: əˈn.waɪnd əˈn.waʊnd əˈn.waʊnd]

unfurl [unfurled, unfurled, unfurling, unfurls]◼◼◻(to unroll or release)
verb
[UK: ʌn.ˈfɜːl] [US: ʌn.ˈfɝːl]

dérouler le tapis rouge verbe

roll out the red carpet◼◼◼(extend the utmost hospitality)
verb

enrouler verbe

wrap [wrapped, wrapped, wrapping, wraps]◼◼◼(to enclose or coil around an object or organism)
verb
[UK: ræp] [US: ˈræp]

coil [coiled, coiled, coiling, coils]◼◼◼(wind into regular rings)
verb
[UK: kɔɪl] [US: ˌkɔɪl]

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to bind or involve by winding)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

wind [wound, wound, winding, winds]◼◼◼(to turn coils of something around)
verb
[UK: wɪnd] [US: wɪnd]

reel [reeled, reeled, reeling, reels]◼◼◻(to wind on a reel)
verb
[UK: riːl] [US: ˈriːl]

faire rouler verbe

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(to cause something to revolve by turning over and over)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls]◼◼◼(geometry: to apply (one line or surface) to another without slipping)
verb
[UK: rəʊl] [US: roʊl]

laissez les bons temps rouler [Cajun] verbe

let the good times roll◼◼◼(have fun)
verb

papier à rouler nom [m]

rolling paper◼◼◼(paper for rolling cigarettes)
noun

s'écrouler verbe

topple over◼◼◼(fall over)
verb
[UK: ˈtɒp.l̩ ˈəʊv.ə(r)] [US: ˈtɑːp.l̩ ˈoʊv.r̩]

give in(to collapse or fall)
verb
[UK: ɡɪv ɪn] [US: ˈɡɪv ɪn]

se dérouler verbe

take place◼◼◼(to happen)
verb
[UK: teɪk ˈpleɪs] [US: ˈteɪk ˈpleɪs]

s’écrouler verbe

buckle [buckled, buckled, buckling, buckles](to give in)
verb
[UK: ˈbʌk.l̩] [US: ˈbʌk.l̩]

fold [folded, folded, folding, folds](fall over)
verb
[UK: fəʊld] [US: foʊld]

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