Traducción de roll en Español:


rodar, v.

Pronunciación /roʊl/ /rəʊl/

Ver definición en Español de rodar

verbo intransitivo

  • 1

    • 1.1(rotate)

      (ball/barrel) rodar
      to roll downhill rodar cuesta abajo
      • the bottle was rolling around inside the crate la botella rodaba dentro del cajón
      • the bag split and the oranges rolled out la bolsa se rompió y las naranjas salieron rodando
      • A ball rolls slowly into the frame, its impetus unseen.
      • But the car is already wrecked against a tree, and a beach ball rolls away from it.
      • One shocking scene shows street children assaulting a wino and gleefully rolling him down the stairs, punishment for his spiritual and physical corruption.
      • Michael and his friends take out their rage on the teacher by duct-taping him to his chair and repeatedly rolling him across the floor.
      • After a few moments, Meagan saw the ball slowly rolling away near the swings.
      • Why the law of momentum conservation is not violated when a ball rolls down a hill and gains momentum?
      • Aiming carefully, she took the shot and the ball rolled to a stop about a foot from the hole.
      • She laughingly recalled a day when Pearl, then in her thirties, had inexplicably rolled a large rock into the living room of the house where she and other children were playing.
      • This can result in a loss of operational control, with the wheel possibly rolling away from the unit and injuring bystanders.
      • In the opening sequence, a huge boulder rolls down the hillside, barely missing him and landing in the swimming pool.
      • He was filmed throwing about five stones and rolling a beer barrel down the hill towards the police line.
      • The gods had condemned him to ceaselessly roll a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight.
      • This all just happens, like a boulder rolling downhill, but without any sense of danger.
      • Facing each other, the female rolls the egg from a furry fold in her abdomen to the male who balances it on his toes and slips his coat over it to keep it warm.
      • Their efforts were rewarded just two minutes from time when the ball was rolled back to Bullock some 25 yards from goal.
      • The United midfielder rolled the ball back for Andy Cole who crashed a shot into the net.
      • Spectacularly, sweets rolled in all directions, across the floor and underneath the chairs.
      • There follows a four and a half minute high-angle shot of a carriage wheel rolling along a dirt road, while a male voice-over narration reads a letter the novelist had written to his daughter.
      • But as they tear down the dirt roads in the dead of night, a truck rolls out of nowhere, they lose control, and their car ends up in a ditch.
      • A pickup truck rolls down a dark highway.
      • As the tanks roll into town Charlotte is forced to decide whose safety matters most.
      • Residents said tanks rolled down their street firing into their homes.
      • Cross the border into the East, and you could meet tanks rolling down the street.

    • 1.2(turn over)

      the car rolled over three times el coche dio tres vueltas de campana
      • roll (over) onto your stomach/back ponte boca abajo/boca arriba
      • we rolled over and over in the sand nos revolcamos en la arena
      • they all rolled around laughing todos se revolcaron de risa

    • 1.3(sway)

      (ship/car/plane) balancearse
      (ship/car/plane) bambolearse
      • The boat rolled and nodded gently.
      • Our boarding party had to get aboard a ship rolling and heaving in large seas.
      • The aircraft rolled off to the left prior to slicing nose low to 90 degrees down.

  • 2

    • 2.1(move)

      she watched the column of trucks roll by miró como pasaban los camiones, uno detrás del otro
      • the car began to roll down the hill el coche empezó a deslizarse cuesta abajo
      • tanks rolled into the capital at dawn los tanques entraron en la capital al amanecer
      • tears rolled down his cheeks las lágrimas le corrían por las mejillas
      • huge waves came rolling in llegaban unas olas enormes
      • the engines roll off the production line at a rate of 20 a week producen / fabrican 20 motores por semana
      • his name doesn't roll off the tongue su nombre es difícil de pronunciar
      • the phrase rolls off the tongue la frase es musical y fluida

    • 2.2(extend)

      the hills roll away into the distance las colinas se pierden en el infinito

  • 3

    (begin operating)
    (camera) empezar a rodar
    (press) ponerse en funcionamiento
    let the good times roll! ¡que vengan los buenos tiempos!
    • The first plate is prepared, ink is spread on the rollers, paper is laid on the press bed and the machine rolls into action.
    • The planter was rolling at 6 a.m. every day and didn't stop until 11 p.m.
    • He just placed seven cameras with infrared tape and microphones in different areas of his studio and let them roll.
    • As the cameras roll, an attractive young woman sits at the newsdesk reading the autocue.
    • He’ll shoot the flick between other projects, and plans to get the cameras rolling soon.
    • She forgot how to act when the cameras began rolling.
    • As one might expect, this collection spotlights the massive amount of work that took place before the cameras even began rolling.
    • Working from a very loose story outline, the actors create their characters when the camera begins to roll.
    • After that there was an understanding that the cameras could be rolling at any time and any footage taken could potentially find its way into the film.
    • Were there any other issues that needed to be resolved before the cameras could roll?
    • It was as though everybody had a huge argument right before the camera started rolling and could hardly wait to get back to their respective trailers.
    • However, because the fight was brief, they kept the camera rolling.
    • I really want to just obey my own impulses when the camera's rolling.
    • We see him stomping through sets, leaping through obstacles, and grabbing extras, making sure they are in the proper place when the cameras roll.
    • Then, just as the cameras were about to roll, I heard the devastating news: Doris had died in August.
  • 4

    (make noise)
    (drum) redoblar
    (thunder) retumbar
    • But the lightening has flashed and the thunder rolled…
    • Captivated by the breathtaking scenery, his sensitive response to nature encapsulated his impression of the roar of the waves rolling into the cavern and the cries of the seabirds.
    • Lightning forked the sky outside and the thunder rolled down the hills in a tumble.
    • One night I heard the sound of thunder rolling in my direction.
    • The sound of a dull explosion rolled across the city.
    • The sound rolls in like a terrible thunder: a booming and coruscating blast of noise that rumbles darkly and sparks with light.
    • As thunder rolled in the distance, Jumabaev contacted the spirits and then began an extraordinary performance, entering a trance-like state as he sang for 40 minutes.
  • 5rolling present participle

    (countryside/hills) ondulado
    (gait) bamboleante
    (tones/oratory) vibrante
    (contract/schedule) renovable
    (strikes/power cuts) escalonado

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    • 1.1

      (ball/barrel) hacer rodar
      (dice) tirar
      I'll roll you for it vamos a echarlo a los dados
      • you need to roll a four tienes que sacar un cuatro
      • As they roll the dice, a window in the middle of the game delivers decidedly sinister messages.
      • Before Leah could roll the dice an ominous knock was heard at the door.
      • As he put it, he had rolled his dice and he had lost.
      • He rolls the dice and it hits a 1.
      • I rolled the dice, hoping for a high number.

    • 1.2(turn over)

      the nurse rolled me over onto my side la enfermera me puso de costado / de lado

    • 1.3

      to roll one's eyes poner los ojos en blanco

  • 2

    (cigarette) liar
    the hedgehog rolled itself into a ball el erizo se hizo un ovillo / una bola
    • the architect rolled the plans out on the table el arquitecto desenrolló los planos sobre la mesa
    • she rolled up her sleeves se arremangó
    • I rolled up the rug enrollé la alfombra
  • 3

    (lawn) pasarle el rodillo a
    (dough/pastry) estirar
    • They learned how to roll cheese from a team of brawny factory workers who made fun of the tiny women even as they insisted on perfection.
    • By rolling down the cover crop in spring instead of mowing it, the cover crop takes longer to decompose and becomes a weed-suppressing mulch.
    • On a lightly floured surface roll the pastry into a rectangle.
    • The pitch had been rolled flat.
    • A very thin clay slab is made by rolling it between sheets of plastic wrap.
  • 4

    to roll one's 'r's hacer vibrar las erres
    • When he spoke, his peculiar way of rolling his r's made him difficult to understand.
    • Her fake accent irritated me a bit -- particularly the way she rolled the letter R.
    • Croatian speakers are used to rolling the ‘r’ sound in all of the words in their Native language.
    • Still, the group has spirit, and it is funny to hear some of the choristers dramatically rolling their r's while others sing the Latin text with an obvious American accent.
  • 5argot

    • 5.1(have sex with)

      pasar por las armas coloquial
      tirarse argot
      • He hit the kerb and rolled his car.
      • He began drinking heavily, and after one sodden evening at a local bar he rolled his car on the highway.
      • It was really scary rolling the car like that.
      • She fell asleep at the wheel, rolled her sports car, and ended up in a ditch.
      • He began drinking heavily, and after one sodden evening at a local bar he rolled his car on the highway.
      • One of our guys rolled his oversize truck on a residential street in front of a visiting dignitary.
      • There are 32 hours I blacked out, but I think I mostly watched television and maybe rolled a liquor store.
      • He was rolled by a group of hooligans.
      • She rolled a bank in Albuquerque.

    • 5.2EEUU (rob)

      they rolled him for everything he had le robaron todo lo que tenía


  • 1also bread roll

    pancito masculino
    panecillo masculino España
    bolillo masculino México
    • Casual classics such as fried clams, fish and chips and lobster rolls are transformed into elegant fare.
    • The processing plant now produces several types of dough and bread products, including its latest addition: a frozen cinnamon roll that can be microwaved.
    • The little bistro offers excellent breakfasts of fluffy scrambled eggs, warm cinnamon rolls, and frothy lattes.
    • They come to dine on the popular eatery's cinnamon rolls.
    • He stares soulfully past the camera, on toward a catering truck where sushi rolls and ham sandwiches dwell side by side in harmony.
    • Paola got her vegetable spring rolls with plum sauce.
    • I am never eating another sausage roll as long as I live.
    • They had bought a sausage roll each and held a bottle of pop in their hands.
    • Other starters included soup, chicken wings, and mini vegetable spring rolls.
  • 2

    (of paper, wire, fabric) rollo masculino
    (of banknotes) fajo masculino
    a roll of film un rollo / un carrete (de fotos)
    • a roll of hundred-dollar bills un fajo de billetes de cien dólares
    • rolls of fat rollos
    • He buys paper in a roll and cuts it himself into 32-by 40-inch sheets.
    • He said that he pictured him pulling the paper from a roll and cutting and tearing it where it suits him.
    • Here are some new photos from the one roll of film which I just got back today.
    • I love to work with rolls of paper to make three-dimensional paper sculptures.
    • The Doctor was pulling a roll of duct tape out of the bag.
    • From his satchel York pulled out a roll of duct tape.
    • Bryce, after pausing quickly to grab the roll of film, ran after him.
    • Within these sessions, the artists were given a roll of 16-mm film to shoot whatever they wanted.
    • These body parts stand in relief against shadows gathering under the studio lights, the subject posed against a roll of white backdrop paper.
    • Simply attach black bin bags to the windows with your trusty roll of gaffer tape thereby preventing light leaking in.
    • When she visited Venice, she shot 40 rolls of film, took the film home and used her memory, the pictures and sketches of particular scenes to create a painting.
    • It consists of a display of empty wood frames, piles of crates, rolls of canvas covered with brown pigment and charred-looking objects in wooden and cardboard boxes.
    • The disadvantage of this kind of pantry storage is that it is not designed for bulkier items like multiple rolls of toilet paper or paper towels.
    • I recently came across the first roll of film I ever shot.
    • He gives her the wrong roll of film, and in return, she gives him a fake phone number.
    • Several big rolls of reed matting, which must be building materials, are propped up against the walls of the central structure.
    • People come with their rolls of film to this supermarket to have their snapshots developed.
    • The basic materials are sheets of 20 x 28 inch poster board, glitter, Elmer's glue, foil from candy wrappers and rolls of Christmas paper.
    • In the past he has replicated rolls of floral-printed toilet paper in silk, modeled Tupperware cups of beeswax and created sponges of balsa wood.
    • Perforated cards began to replace barrels for fairground organs during the 19th century, and at about that time the player piano, with a punched paper roll, was introduced.
    • The fabric usually comes on 72-inch- wide rolls.
    • He pulled a huge roll of fifties and twenties from his pocket.
    • In his pocket was a roll of notes, his pay-off for the night's work.
    • He pulls a roll of notes from his back pocket and peels off a tenner.
    • When she handed me a huge roll of cash I was shocked at the amount.
    • He reached into his pocket and pulled out a roll of cash.
  • 3

    • 3.1(rocking)

      balanceo masculino
      bamboleo masculino
      • The chassis displays impressive levels of composure and minimal roll through the turns.
      • The system can directly measure the roll of the vehicle frame as it passes over such terrain.
      • At every roll of the boat the water would rush in.
      • On the first night only two out of 48 remained at dinner, the rest having succumbed to the pitching roll of the boat.
      • Three on-board computers must adjust the plane's pitch and roll 40 times a second.

    • 3.2(turning over)

      voltereta femenino
      • Rain drops, dices rolls, the clack of betting chips, and peasants working in the fields all make their own sort of music.
      • He continually plays to the courtroom audience with rolls of his eyes, rubbing his head, or agitated fanning of his face.
      • Suddenly the art houses of America turned on him with a collective eye roll.
      • An extra minutes play was signalled and in one last effort Laois threw their last roll of the dice.
      • When the healthy horse stands up after a good roll, he will usually go for a nice run and may buck a few times.

    • 3.3(frolic)

      the dogs ran off for a roll in the dry leaves los perros salieron corriendo a retozar entre las hojas secas

  • 4

    (of drum) redoble masculino
    (of thunder) retumbo masculino
    • The orchestral instrument uses softer beaters, like giant timpani sticks, often double-ended so that a roll may be played one-handed by twisting the wrist.
    • Learn how to play a six stroke roll on the drums in this free video music lesson.
    • Remember, you are not limited to playing a roll on the snare drum!
    • A roll can't just be thrown in, it's got to be in time with the music.
    • A sudden roll of thunder rumbled over the meadow.
    • A loud roll of thunder filled the air of the streets of the city.
    • Dark clouds gathered, there was the distant, yet unmistakable roll of thunder.
    • The booming roll of thunder shattered the tranquility of the forest.
    • She listened to the crash and roll of the surf below.
  • 5

    lista femenino
    the electoral roll el padrón electoral
    • they have 700 on roll tienen 700 alumnos inscritos
    • to call the roll pasar lista
    • Their names read like a roll of the literary and artistic talents of that brilliant age.
    • He wasn't a class officer or an honor roll geek, but he was certainly above average in just about everything he did.
    • Such responsibility and stewardship seems to characterize these and all the other projects in this year's honor roll.
    • Of the 322 plants in 1999, 140 were listed on the Brazilian export roll.
    • The new buildings erected in the 1960s and 1970s were needed to accommodate the swelling numbers on the school roll.
    • However, the 1503-5 membership rolls are among the few fortunate survivors from a once larger archive.
    • Eventually, the buildings will be leased or sold, putting untaxed property back on the tax rolls.
    • Nicholas, 16, is an honor roll high school student.
    • Mysterious extra voters appeared on the voting rolls in some constituencies.
    • I worry about incremental reforms that take so many people off the tax rolls in order to make them politically palatable.
  • 6

    (of dice)
    tirada femenino