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amount of roll

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  • roll-up — UK US /ˈrəʊlʌp/ adjective [before noun] FINANCE ► used to describe a loan on which you do not pay interest while you are paying back the principle (= amount borrowed), but pay it at the end of the period of the loan: »a roll up mortgage …   Financial and business terms

  • roll — roll1 [ roul ] verb *** ▸ 1 move while turning ▸ 2 move on wheels ▸ 3 move from side to side ▸ 4 change direction faced ▸ 5 move across surface ▸ 6 wrap something around itself ▸ 7 produce long low sound ▸ 8 machine: work ▸ 9 make substance flat… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Roll center — The roll center of a vehicle is the notional point at which the cornering forces in the suspension are reacted to the vehicle body.TheoryThere are two definitions of roll center. The most commonly used is the geometric (or kinematic) roll center …   Wikipedia

  • Roll In — A term which refers to including loan costs into the initial principal balance of a loan. This is a common practice by mortgage borrowers who do not have funds available, or who do not want to pay loan costs out of pocket. While most loan costs… …   Investment dictionary

  • roll sth over — UK US roll sth over Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► FINANCE to move something such as an amount of money from one place to another: roll sth over into sth »Investors can roll over their maximum £9,000 stake into a new tax free account.… …   Financial and business terms

  • roll over — phrasal verb Word forms roll over : present tense I/you/we/they roll over he/she/it rolls over present participle rolling over past tense rolled over past participle rolled over 1) [intransitive/transitive] same as roll I, 4) He rolled over and… …   English dictionary

  • roll sth up — UK US roll sth up Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► FINANCE to add more money to an amount that already exists, especially interest payments that you pay at the end of the period of a loan: »Interest on the company s debt is being rolled… …   Financial and business terms

  • Roll Yield — The amount of return generated in a backwardated futures market that is achieved by rolling a short term contract into a longer term contract and profiting from the convergence toward a higher spot price. Profiting from roll yield is a common… …   Investment dictionary

  • Roll — 1. arrive at a place: rolling up at six o clock ; just roll along whenever you like ; 2. upset someone s equanimity with a cutting remark, witty come back, etc.; 3. assault and rob a person; 4. wad of paper currency carried about one s person; 5 …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • roll — Australian Slang 1. arrive at a place: rolling up at six o clock ; just roll along whenever you like ; 2. upset someone s equanimity with a cutting remark, witty come back, etc.; 3. assault and rob a person; 4. wad of paper currency carried about …   English dialects glossary

  • Coin roll hunting — (often abbreviated CRH ) is the hobby of searching change pulled from circulation for collectible coins. The serious hobbyist usually obtains his coins from banks in the form of rolled coins. Coin roll hunters obtain in the U.S., rolls of pennies …   Wikipedia