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  • 1 roll

    I 1. [rəul] noun
    1) (anything flat (eg a piece of paper, a carpet) rolled into the shape of a tube, wound round a tube etc: a roll of kitchen foil; a toilet-roll.) ρολό
    2) (a small piece of baked bread dough, used eg for sandwiches: a cheese roll.) ψωμάκι, φραντζολάκι
    3) (an act of rolling: Our dog loves a roll on the grass.) κουτρουβάλα, στριφογύρισμα
    4) (a ship's action of rocking from side to side: She said that the roll of the ship made her feel ill.) κούνημα
    5) (a long low sound: the roll of thunder.) μπουμπουνητό
    6) (a thick mass of flesh: I'd like to get rid of these rolls of fat round my waist.) δίπλα
    7) (a series of quick beats (on a drum).) τυμπανοκρουσία
    2. verb
    1) (to move by turning over like a wheel or ball: The coin/pencil rolled under the table; He rolled the ball towards the puppy; The ball rolled away.) κυλώ, τσουλάω
    2) (to move on wheels, rollers etc: The children rolled the cart up the hill, then let it roll back down again.) κυλώ
    3) (to form (a piece of paper, a carpet) into the shape of a tube by winding: to roll the carpet back.) τυλίγω
    4) ((of a person or animal in a lying position) to turn over: The doctor rolled the patient (over) on to his side; The dog rolled on to its back.) ανοίγω (φύλλο): ισοπεδώνω, στρώνω
    5) (to shape (clay etc) into a ball or cylinder by turning it about between the hands: He rolled the clay into a ball.) κάνω μπάλα, κάνω ρολό
    6) (to cover with something by rolling: When the little girl's dress caught fire, they rolled her in a blanket.) τυλίγω
    7) (to make (something) flat or flatter by rolling something heavy over it: to roll a lawn; to roll pastry (out).) ανοίγω (φύλλο): ισοπεδώνω, στρώνω
    8) ((of a ship) to rock from side to side while travelling forwards: The storm made the ship roll.) κουνιέμαι, μποτζάρω
    9) (to make a series of low sounds: The thunder rolled; The drums rolled.) μπουμπουνίζω
    10) (to move (one's eyes) round in a circle to express fear, surprise etc.) κινώ κυκλικά τα μάτια μου
    11) (to travel in a car etc: We were rolling along merrily when a tyre burst.) ταξιδεύω με τροχοφόρο
    12) ((of waves, rivers etc) to move gently and steadily: The waves rolled in to the shore.) κυματίζω ελαφρά
    13) ((of time) to pass: Months rolled by.) περνώ
    - rolling
    - roller-skate
    3. verb
    (to move on roller-skates: You shouldn't roller-skate on the pavement.) κάνω πατίνι
    - roll in
    - roll up
    II
    (a list of names, eg of pupils in a school etc: There are nine hundred pupils on the roll.) κατάλογος ονομάτων

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  • 2 Roll

    v. trans.
    P. and V. κυλινδεῖν (Xen.), V. ἑλίσσειν, εἱλίσσειν ( once Ar.).
    Turn, make revolve: P. and V. στρέφειν, P. περιφέρειν, V. ναστρέφειν, Ar. and V. κυκλεῖν.
    Fold: V. συμπτύσσειν.
    Roll the eyes: V. διαφέρειν κόρας, ἐγκυκλοῦν ὀφθαλμόν, ὄμμα ναστρέφειν.
    V. intrans. Turn over and over: P. and V. κυλινδεῖσθαι, Ar. and V. also κυλίνδεσθαι (Soph., frag.).
    Revolve: P. and V. κυκλεῖσθαι, στρέφεσθαι, P. περιστρέφεσθαι, περιφέρεσθαι, V. ἑλίσσεσθαι, εἱλίσσεσθαι; see Spin.
    Sway as a ship: P. and V. σαλεύειν, P. ἀποσαλεύειν; see also Reel.
    Roll against: Ar. προσκυλειν τί τινι (Vesp. 202).
    Roll down: P. κατακυλινδεῖσθαι (Xen.).
    Roll out, v. trans.: Ar. ἐκκυλίνδειν.
    Roll out of: V. ἐκκυλίνδεσθαι (gen.).
    Time as it rolls on: V. οὑπιρρέων χρόνος.
    ——————
    subs.
    Swaying motion: Ar. and V. σλος, ὁ.
    Register: Ar. and P. κατλογος, ὁ.
    Records, archives: P. and V. λόγοι, οἱ, γράμματα, τά.
    Roll ( of drums): use V. κτύπος, ὁ (Eur., Bacch. 513).
    Roll of bread: use Ar. κόλλαβος, ὁ.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Roll

  • 3 roll up

    1) (to form into a roll: to roll up the carpet; He rolled up his sleeves.) τυλίγω, κάνω ρολό/ ανασκουμπώνω
    2) (to arrive: John rolled up ten minutes late.) καταφτάνω/ συρρέω
    3) ((especially shouted to a crowd at a fair etc) to come near: Roll up! Roll up! Come and see the bearded lady!) για περάστε!

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  • 4 roll in

    verb (to come in or be got in large numbers or amounts: I'd like to own a chain store and watch the money rolling in.) εισρέω

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  • 5 roll

    1) κύλινδρος
    2) κυλώ
    3) ψωμάκι

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  • 6 roll-call

    noun (an act of calling names from a list, to find out if anyone is missing eg in a prison or school class.) προσκλητήριο

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  • 7 pay-roll

    1) (a list of all the workers in a factory etc: We have 450 people on the pay-roll.) κατάσταση μισθοδοσίας
    2) (the total amount of money to be paid to all the workers: The thieves stole the pay-roll.) σύνολο μισθών

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  • 8 rock'n'roll

    noun ((also rock-and-roll) a simpler, earlier form of rock music.) ροκ εντ ρολ

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  • 9 sausage-roll

    noun (a piece of sausage meat cooked in a roll of pastry: They had sausage-rolls at the children's party.) λουκανικόπιτα

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  • 10 toilet-roll

    noun (a roll of toilet-paper.) ρολό χαρτιού υγείας

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  • 11 Muster roll

    subs.
    Ar. and P. κατλογος, ὁ.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Muster roll

  • 12 somersault

    1. noun
    (a leap or roll in which a person turns with his feet going over his head.) τούμπα
    2. verb
    (to make such a leap or roll.) κάνω τούμπα

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  • 13 Tumble

    v. trans.
    P. and V. κυλινδεῖν (Xen. also Ar.); see Roll.
    Tumble a person in the mud: P. ῥάσσειν (τινὰ), εἰς τὸν βόρβορον (Dem. 1259).
    V. intrans.
    Fall: P. and V. πίπτειν; see Fall.
    Roll: P. and V. κυλινδεῖσθαι, also Ar. and V. κυλίνδεσθαι (Soph., frag.).
    Be a tumbler: P. κυβιστᾶν.
    Tumble down: Ar. and P. καταρρεῖν; see Fall.
    Tumble off: P. and V. ἐκπίπτειν, V. ἐκκυλίνδεσθαι, ἐκκυβιστᾶν, ἐκνεύειν; see fall off.
    ——————
    subs.
    See Fall.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Tumble

  • 14 bolt

    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) αμπάρα, μάνταλο
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) μπουλόνι
    3) (a flash of lightning.) κεραυνός
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) τόπι υφάσματος
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) αμπαρώνω
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) χάφτω, καταβροχθίζω
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) αφηνιάζω, δραπετεύω
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

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  • 15 cigar

    (a roll of tobacco leaves for smoking.) πούρο

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  • 16 croissant

    (a crescent-shaped bread roll.) κρουασάν

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  • 17 curl

    [kə:l] 1. verb
    1) (to twist or turn (especially hair) into small coils or rolls: My hair curls easily.) σγουραίνω
    2) ((sometimes with up) to move in curves; to bend or roll: The paper curled (up) at the edges.) στρίβω
    2. noun
    1) (a coil of hair etc.) μπούκλα
    2) (the quality of being curled: My hair has very little curl in it.) κατσάρωμα
    - curly
    - curliness
    - curl up

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  • 18 curl up

    (to move or roll into a position or shape: The hedgehog curled (itself) up into a ball.) κουλουριάζομαι

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  • 19 electoral

    adjective (of elections or electors: The names of all electors are listed in the electoral roll.) εκλογικός

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  • 20 furl

    [fə:l]
    (to roll up (a flag, sail or umbrella).) μαζεύω,διπλώνω

    English-Greek dictionary > furl

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