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Definition of "roll-up" [roll-up]

  • That which is rolled up; a summation; an aggregation; a total. (noun)
  • Capable of being made into a cylinder shape by rolling. (adjective)

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Use "roll-up" in a sentence
  • "So, why is he so persistent in promoting larger and larger aggregations of fiat currencies, what in business terminology would be called a "roll-up strategy," until eventually all national and regional currencies are rolled up into a single international fiat currency?"
  • "This past summer I went through a serious cuff stage, where I bought cool vintage fabric off of eBay and made roll-up cuffs for all my jeans and shorts."
  • "Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal Visitors to the pop-up gallery in Prospect Lefferts Gardens contributed to a roll-up gate art installation."
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