to roll up
- close (a car window) by causing it to move up, as with a handle
to roll up
- arrive in a vehicle:
- Roll up those magazines.
- Roll up your right sleeve.
- Roll up your sleeves and get busy.
- Roll up your sleeves and get to work.
- How come I didn't roll the car window up?
- Around here, they roll up the sidewalks at 7 o'clock.
- 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.
- Member States should promote the roll-out and take up of high-speed Internet as an essential means for acceding to knowledge and participating in its creation.
- The analysis conducted in the light of Article 87(3)(c) has identified two potential market failures specific to the digital switch-over of the terrestrial broadcasting platform: coordination problems between the different market players in achieving a smooth switch-over process and positive externalities associated with the freeing-up of frequency spectrum. While these market failures may, in principle, justify a departure from the principle of technological neutrality, they cannot serve as justification for the aid granted in the present case. Accordingly, the Commission is not convinced that the aid is an appropriate, necessary and proportionate instrument to remedy a market failure and to promote the roll-out of DVB-T. Even if account is taken of the fact that the amount of aid is relatively low in absolute terms and that the distortion of competition at broadcasting level is rather limited, the aid amounts, in case of some channels, to close to half of the transmission costs and may have influenced the choice of broadcasters in favour of the DVB-T platform, thereby causing a more important distortion of competition at network level.