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roll meaning in French

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

rouler◼◼◼verbe

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

rouler◼◼◼verbe

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

rouler [dough]◼◼◼verbe

laminer [metal]◼◼◻verbe

aplatir [to flatten]◼◼◻verbe

niveler [ground]verbe

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

rouler◼◼◼verbe

roll [rolls] (a heavy cylinder used to break clods)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (a scroll)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (one of a set of revolving cylinders between which metal is pressed)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical form)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (that which is rolled up)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (that which rolls; a roller)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (the act of rolling)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

roulement◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (the uniform beating of a drum)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

roulement◼◼◼nom [m]

roll [rolls] (a heavy, reverberatory sound)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

roulement [of thunder]◼◼◼nom [m]

grondement◼◻◻nom [m]

roll [rolls] (oscillating movement of a vessel from side to side)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

roulis◼◼◻nom [m]

roll [rolls] (a list of names or an official register of names)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rôle◼◼◻nom [m]

roll [rolls] (part; office; duty)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rôle◼◼◻nom [m]

roll [rolls] (an official or public document)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

rôle◼◼◻nom [m]

registre◼◼◻nom [m]

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

enrouler◼◼◻verbe

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

faire rouler◼◼◻verbe

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

faire rouler◼◼◻verbe

roll [rolls] (the rotation angle about the longitudinal axis)
noun
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

gîte [nautical]◼◻◻nom [f]

roll [rolled, rolled, rolling, rolls] (to make noise like thunder)
verb
[UK: rəʊl]
[US: roʊl]

gronder◼◻◻verbe

roll call (reading of a list of names and responses)
noun

appel◼◼◼nom [m]

appel nominal◼◼◼nom [m]

roll on (expressing anticipation)
interjection

vivement◼◼◼interjection

roll one's eyes (turn one's eyes upwards)
verb

lever les yeux au cielverbe

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

dérouler le tapis rouge◼◼◼verbe

roll up one's sleeves (prepare to work)
verb
[UK: rəʊl ʌp wʌnz sliːvz]
[US: roʊl ʌp wʌnz sˈliːvz]

retrousser ses manchesverbe

roll up one's sleeves (roll one's sleeves up)
verb
[UK: rəʊl ʌp wʌnz sliːvz]
[US: roʊl ʌp wʌnz sˈliːvz]

retrousser ses manchesverbe

rollback [rollbacks] ((computing) operation to return the database to the previous commit point)
noun
[UK: ˈrolˌbæk]
[US: ˈrolˌbæk]

rollback◼◼◼nom [m]

rollback [rollbacks] (withdrawal of military forces)
noun
[UK: ˈrolˌbæk]
[US: ˈrolˌbæk]

retrait◼◻◻nom [m]

rolled fillet (chopped veal rolled in a piece of bacon)
noun

paupiette de viandenom [f]

rolled into one phrase

tout à la fois◼◼◼phrase

roller [rollers] (tool for applying paint or ink)
noun
[UK: ˈrəʊ.lə(r)]
[US: ˈroʊ.lə(r)]

rouleau◼◼◼nom [m]

roller [rollers] (bird of the family Coraciidae)
noun
[UK: ˈrəʊ.lə(r)]
[US: ˈroʊ.lə(r)]

rollier◼◻◻nom

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