Sinónimos de roll en inglés:

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1‘the empty bottle rolled down the pavement’

SINÓNIMOS
turn round and round, go round and round, turn over and over, spin, rotate
bowl

2‘waiters rolled in trolleys laden with food’

SINÓNIMOS
wheel, push, trundle

3‘we rolled past endless rows of shacks’

SINÓNIMOS
travel, go, move, pass, cruise, be carried, be conveyed, sweep

4‘the months rolled by’

SINÓNIMOS
pass, go by, go past, slip by, slip past, slide by, slide past, sail by, sail past, glide by, glide past, fly by, fly past, elapse, wear on, steal by, steal past, march on

5‘tears were rolling down her cheeks’

SINÓNIMOS
flow, run, course, stream, pour, spill, trickle

6‘mist rolled here and there in thick white clouds’

SINÓNIMOS
billow, undulate, rise and fall, toss, tumble
literario welter

7‘he rolled his handkerchief into a ball’

SINÓNIMOS
wind, coil, furl, fold, curl
twist

8‘roll out the pastry on a floured surface’

SINÓNIMOS
flatten, level, smooth
even out

9‘they were rolling about with laughter’

SINÓNIMOS
stagger, lurch, reel, sway, pitch, totter, teeter, wobble

10‘the ship began to roll’

SINÓNIMOS
lurch, toss, rock, pitch, plunge, sway, reel, list, keel, wallow, labour, make heavy weather

11‘the sky had darkened and thunder rolled in the west’

SINÓNIMOS
rumble, reverberate, echo, re-echo, resound, boom, peal, roar, grumble

nombre

1‘a roll of wrapping paper’

SINÓNIMOS
cylinder, tube, scroll
bolt

2‘a roll of film’

SINÓNIMOS
reel, spool

3‘a thick roll of notes’

SINÓNIMOS
wad, bundle

4‘a roll of the dice’

SINÓNIMOS
throw, toss
turn, rotation, revolution, spin

5‘the roll of the ship’

SINÓNIMOS
rocking, tossing, lurching, pitching, plunging, swaying

6‘the parish has just 100 people on its electoral roll’

SINÓNIMOS
list, register, listing, directory, record, file, index, catalogue, inventory
census

7‘a roll of thunder’

SINÓNIMOS
rumble, reverberation, echo, boom, thunder, thunderclap, clap, crack, roar, grumble
tattoo, rataplan

Phrases

    roll up

    ‘at that moment, the police rolled up’


    SINÓNIMOS
    arrive, come, turn up, appear, make in an appearance, put in an appearance, show one's face
    show up, pitch up, fetch up, roll in, blow in
    ANTÓNIMOS

    leave

    rolling in it


    SINÓNIMOS
    rich, wealthy, affluent, moneyed, well off, well-to-do, prosperous, substantial, propertied
    coloquial in the money, loaded, stinking rich, filthy rich, well heeled, flush, made of money, quids in, worth a packet, worth a bundle, on easy street
    coloquial, anticuado oofy
    ANTÓNIMOS

    penniless

    roll something up

    ‘she rolled up her pyjamas’


    SINÓNIMOS
    fold, fold up, furl, wind up, coil, coil up, bundle up
    ANTÓNIMOS

    unroll, roll out

    roll in

    1‘since the appeal, money has been rolling in’


    SINÓNIMOS
    pour in, flood in, flow in, stream in
    arrive by the truckload

    2‘he rolled in about 9.00’


    SINÓNIMOS
    arrive, turn up, appear, walk in, make in an appearance, put in an appearance, show one's face
    show up, pitch up, fetch up, roll up, blow in
    ANTÓNIMOS

    leave

    roll something out

    1‘she rolled out her towel’


    SINÓNIMOS
    unroll, spread out, unfurl, unfold, open, open out, unwind, uncoil, lay out
    ANTÓNIMOS

    roll up

    2‘the Union is to roll out a series of courses for mid-career journalists’


    SINÓNIMOS
    launch, introduce, organize, start, begin, embark on, usher in, initiate, put in place, instigate, institute, inaugurate, set up, bring out, open, get under way, set in motion, get going
    establish, found, originate, create, pioneer, lay the foundations of, lay the first stone of, bring into being, activate, mastermind, float, debut
    start the ball rolling
    coloquial kick off
    formal commence