a flexible, sliding cover for the working area of a desk, opening by rising upward and back in quadrantal grooves and rolling up beneath the top.
Also called roll-top desk, rolltop desk. a desk with such a cover.
a desk having a slatted wooden panel that can be pulled down over the writing surface when not in use Also called roll-top
noun 1. Also, rollup. something, as a carpet or window shade, that can be rolled up when not in use. 2. Informal. an increase, as in value or cost.
noun 1. a place on which things are rolled or moved on rollers. 2. Lumbering. an incline for rolling or sliding logs into a stream to begin them on their journey from lumber camp to mill. a pile of logs in or at the side of a river or stream ready to go to the […]
[rohl-yer-ohn] /ˈroʊl yərˌoʊn/ noun 1. a cigarette that one has rolled oneself. roll-your-own noun 1. (informal) a hand-rolled cigarette
Trademark. 1. a small desktop file containing cards for names, addresses, and phone numbers. noun 1. trademark (mainly US) a small file for holding names, addresses, and telephone numbers, consisting of cards attached horizontally to a rotatable central cylinder