roll up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
harekete geçmek
(Ticaret) artmak
çıka gelmek

Sağ elbise kolunu yukarı çek. - Roll up your right sleeve.

TESİSLERİN SÖKÜLMESİ: (Askeri) Harekatın desteklenmesi bakımından artık gerekli olmayan ve başka bölgelere nakledilebilecek durumda olan tesislerin sistemli bir şekilde sökülmesi
(insalar) sökün etmek,bir şeyi görmeye gelmek
araba ile gelmek
(deyim) (insan) sökün etmek,bir şeyi görmeğe gelmek. roll up one's sleeves [kd] kollari sivamak,bir ise girismek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- sarmak , tomar yapmak 2-birikmek , yığılmak
to roll up
to roll up
İngilizce - İngilizce
Make into a bundle

AS it was hot, I rolled up my sleeves.

Arrive by vehicle, usually by car

We thought Jim would be late for the meeting, but I just saw his car roll up to the office.

Make into a cylinder by rolling

The shopkeeper had to roll up the poster to make it easier to carry.

A self-made cigarette from tobacco and rolling paper. (Sometimes spelt as roll-up.)

I smoke roll ups rather than cigs, because they are cheaper.

An exclamation used to get people's attention to sell something

Roll up, roll up, pies for sale.

An IPO of several independent companies in the same industry that merge into a single company at the time of the offering
Close out options at a lower strike and open options at a higher strike
If people roll up somewhere, they arrive there, especially in large numbers, to see something interesting. Roll up, roll up, come and join The Greatest Show on Earth The first reporters rolled up to the laboratory within minutes. see also roll 6, rolled-up
If you roll up your sleeves or trouser legs, you fold the ends back several times, making them shorter. The jacket was too big for him so he rolled up the cuffs Walking in the surf, she had to roll her pants up to her knees. see also rolled-up
fold; be folded
show certain properties when being rolled; "The carpet rolls unevenly"; "dried-out tobacco rolls badly"
A process whereby one option position is closed and a new one with a higher exercise price is established
form a cylinder by rolling; "roll up a banner"
form into a cylinder by rolling; "Roll up the cloth"
(adjective: roll-up) the user operation of creating an aggregate concept representing a new collection
get or gather together; "I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife"; "She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis"; "She rolled up a small fortune
arrive in a vehicle: "He rolled up in a black Mercedes"
make into a bundle; "he bundled up his few possessions"
The act of aggregating detail data into a display of category summaries Commonly used in examining data in a data warehouse or OLAP application See drill down
{f} curtall
roll ups
plural form of roll up
To roll up
A transaction where several individual companies are combined to create a larger entity To date, roll-ups in the Document Management Industry have been notoriously unsuccessful
This is an IPO of independent companies in the same industry that merge into a single company at the time of the offering Mostly used in fragmented industries, the approach has been applied to equipment rental firms, floral distributors, office products distributors, travel agencies, temporary staffing organizations, dental practices and car dealerships The financier most associated with the concept is Jay Ledecky, who took public US Office Products, US Floral Products and Consolidated Capital, which invests in roll-ups
(See Compression)
A roll-up is a cigarette that someone makes for themselves, using tobacco and cigarette papers. a cigarette that you make yourself
this control collapses and expands any child controls associated with it The 'Main', 'Browse', 'Filter', and 'Preset Insert Parameters', controls on the main dialog are Roll-ups In this screen shot the 'Browse' roll-up is expanded -
The combining of several partnerships where partnership units are exchanged for a security of the new entity
roll up

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    rōl ʌp


    /ˈrōl ˈəp/ /ˈroʊl ˈʌp/


    [ 'rOl ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English rolle, from Old French, from Latin rotulus, diminutive of rota wheel; akin to Old High German rad wheel, Welsh rhod, Sanskrit ratha wagon.