[roh-ler-skeyt] /ˈroʊ lərˌskeɪt/
verb (used without object), roller-skated, roller-skating.
to glide about by means of roller skates.
a form of skate with four wheels or rollers instead of a runner, for use on a sidewalk or other surface offering traction.
a boot or shoe with four small wheels attached that enable the wearer to glide swiftly over a floor or other surface
a device having clamps or straps for attaching such wheels to a boot or shoe
(intransitive) to move on roller skates
noun 1. a long towel sewed together at the ends and hung on a roller. roller towel noun 1. a towel with the two ends sewn together, hung on a roller 2. a continuous towel wound inside a roller enabling a clean section to be pulled out when required
noun, Photography. 1. a strip of film with space for several exposures, packaged on a spool in roll form so as to permit daylight loading and unloading and ease of handling. noun 1. a length of photographic film backed with opaque paper and rolled on a spool
noun 1. grass, clover, alfalfa, etc., cut and dried for use as forage. 2. grass mowed or intended for mowing. 3. Slang. a small sum of money: Twenty dollars an hour for doing very little certainly ain’t hay. money: A thousand dollars for a day’s work is a lot of hay! 4. Slang. marijuana. verb […]
noun, Hudson Valley. 1. roulade (def 2).