What do role names mean

ROLL

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ROLL

  • ROLL
  • roll
  • role
  • oll
  • olle
  • oll

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roll

Movement type rotate on their own axis during a forward or backward movement; the movement of a wheel
something like move
move something that is cylindrically shaped or on rollers
Nautical the longitudinal movement of a ship or boat in waves
zoology the warbling of a bird
familiar, trans., casual To tell someone a falsehood for their own benefit or for general amusement, make fun of someone
linguistics articulate by moving the tongue up and down several times
make a loud noise
bring into a round shape, get
wrap something by turning
turning around itself continuously (continued)move
move somewhere rolling
a twisting motion (from side to side) do
move on wheels, rollers, caterpillars, move anywhere; drive
Bring it into a rolling motion, turning, rolling, moving
move something that has wheels, rollers, somewhere
(a part of the body) turning back and forth, moving in a circle
curl up, curl up
to twist into something, to a certain shape
produce by rolling up
(from pieces of paper, textile fiber lying flat) bend up from the edges and corners, curl up; become uneven
lack
roll out
produce a dull, echoing, booming sound
Make a vibrating sound with the larynx or tongue
spreading somewhere as a dull, echoing, booming noise
swerve (and stomp at the same time)
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    • roll, preterite rolled, Part. rolled
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roll

Word meaning of role(- Basic form -)
rotatable, circular wheel or roller, for example
technology with a grooved disc for deflecting a rope
technology something rolled up or coiled in a cylindrical shape
technology Mangle, a machine consisting of two parallel rollers at a small distance, of which at least one is driven; With the help of a mangle, a material can be stretched
technology Wheel that is neither driven nor transmits torque
technology cylindrical trailer of a tractor
Fishing Device on which the fishing line is wound
performing Arts Character in a drama or the accompanying text
transfer decisive or influential factor, significant function
Sociology Amount of expectations of a person in a system (for example in society, the family, the company)
Sports Exercise in gymnastics in which the body is rotated around its own transverse or longitudinal axis
Mining Shaft-like connection from a higher stretch to a lower one, through which material can be poured from top to bottom
aviation Aerobatic maneuver in which the aircraft rotates around its longitudinal axis
IT property, in particular authorizations, of a user in the IT infrastructure of a company (English Ü, en, user role)
Seafaring-defined distribution of tasks for the crew members of a ship for certain activities (e.g. maneuver rolls, emergency rolls)
German-speaking surname
Swabian male domestic cat
Swabian, a little water in children's language, pee
something cylindrical, into a roller (oblong with a round cross-section) Bundled or coiled
Ball, roller, wheel, (grooved) Disc on which something rolls or slides
defect
exercise (on the ground, bars, balance beam), in which the body is rotated forwards or backwards around its own transverse axis
Figure in which the aircraft rotates around its longitudinal axis
Easily rotatable roller attached to a frame at the rear of the pacemaker's motorcycle, which enables the cyclist to ride in the slipstream
figure to be embodied by an actor
Position, (expected) Behavior within society
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