Roller



noun
1.
a person or thing that rolls.
2.
a cylinder, wheel, caster, or the like, upon which something is rolled along.
3.
a cylindrical body, revolving on a fixed axis, especially one to facilitate the movement of something passed over or around it.
4.
a cylindrical object upon which something is rolled up:
the roller of a window shade.
5.
a hollow, cylindrical object of plastic, stiff net, or the like, upon which hair is rolled up for setting.
6.
a cylindrical body for rolling over something to be spread out, leveled, crushed, smoothed, compacted, impressed, inked, etc.
7.
any of various other revolving cylindrical bodies, as the barrel of a music box.
8.
Metalworking. a person in charge of a rolling mill.
9.
a long, swelling wave advancing steadily.
10.
a rolled bandage.
noun, Ornithology.
1.
any of several Old World birds of the family Coraciidae that tumble or roll over in flight, especially in the breeding season.
2.
tumbler (def 9).
3.
one of a variety of canaries having a warbling or trilling song.
noun
1.
a cylinder having an absorbent surface and a handle, used for spreading paint
2.
Also called garden roller. a heavy cast-iron cylinder or pair of cylinders on an axle to which a handle is attached; used for flattening lawns
3.
a long heavy wave of the sea, advancing towards the shore Compare breaker1 (sense 2)
4.
a hardened cylinder of precision-ground steel that forms one of the rolling components of a roller bearing or of a linked driving chain
5.
a cylinder fitted on pivots, used to enable heavy objects to be easily moved; castor
6.
(printing) a cylinder, usually of hard rubber, used to ink a forme or plate before impression
7.
a cylindrical tube or barrel onto which material is rolled for transport or storage
8.
any of various other cylindrical devices that rotate about a cylinder, used for any of various purposes
9.
a small cylinder, esp one that is heated, onto which a woman’s hair may be rolled to make it curl
10.
(med) a bandage consisting of a long strip of muslin or cheesecloth rolled tightly into a cylindrical form before application
11.
a band fastened around a horse’s belly to keep a blanket in position
12.
any of various Old World birds of the family Coraciidae, such as Coracias garrulus (European roller), that have a blue, green, and brown plumage, a slightly hooked bill, and an erratic flight: order Coraciiformes (kingfishers, etc)
13.
(often capital) a variety of tumbler pigeon that performs characteristic backward somersaults in flight
14.
a breed of canary that has a soft trilling song in which the notes are run together
15.
a person or thing that rolls
16.
(Austral) a man who rolls and trims fleeces after shearing
17.
short for roadroller, steamroller
18.
short for roller caption
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