to roll in
pour or flow in a steady stream
- The teacher called the roll in class.
- Even the court enjoys an occasional roll in the gutter.
- Osakans sometimes roll their Rs like in Spanish.
- Tom and Mary held hands as they watched the fog roll in.
- She sat on the empty beach watching the waves roll in one after the other.
- Beijingers speak Mandarin with a roll in the tongue that no Southerner could ever utter.
- If you leave them lying on the desk they may roll off, so stand them in the test-tube rack.
- I had rather be shut up in a very modest cottage with my books, my family and a few old friends, dining on simple bacon, and letting the world roll on as it liked, than to occupy the most splendid post, which any human power can give.
- Rods, in bundle/bunch/truss RZ Roll RO
- RD Rods, in bundle/bunch/truss RZ Roll RO
- This is entered as accompanied transport as against roll-on roll-off transport operations in which the trailer travels without tractor.
- Roll-on roll-off vessels are particularly vulnerable to security incidents, in particular if they carry passengers as well as cargo.
- Domestic Equidae except mares travelling with their foals shall be transported in individual stalls when the vehicle is loaded onto a Roll-on-Roll-off vessel.
- Internal tilt compensation in pitch (±90 degrees) and roll (±180 degrees) axes;
- Rods, in bundle/bunch/truss RZ Roll RO Sachet SH Sack SA