[rok-uh n-rohl] /ˈrɒk ənˈroʊl/
or rock-and-roll, rock ‘n’ roll
[rok-uh n-rohl] /ˈrɒk ənˈroʊl/
a style of popular music that derives in part from blues and folk music and is marked by a heavily accented beat and a simple, repetitive phrase structure.
of or relating to this music.
verb (used without object)
to dance to or play rock-‘n’-roll.


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