roll sth up

roll sth up
UK US roll sth up
Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb
FINANCE to add more money to an amount that already exists, especially interest payments that you pay at the end of the period of a loan: »

Interest on the company's debt is being rolled up and the debt is increasing.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • ˌroll sth ˈup — phrasal verb 1) if you roll your sleeves or the legs of your trousers up, you fold the cloth several times until they are shorter 2) same as roll She rolled her scarf up and put it into her bag.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • roll sth over — UK US roll sth over Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► FINANCE to move something such as an amount of money from one place to another: roll sth over into sth »Investors can roll over their maximum £9,000 stake into a new tax free account.… …   Financial and business terms

  • roll sth back — UK US roll sth back Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► to reduce the influence of particular laws, rules, etc.: »He wants to roll back laws designed to clean up the air, water and land. ► FINANCE to reduce prices, costs, taxes, etc.: »The… …   Financial and business terms

  • roll — roll1 W3S1 [rəul US roul] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(round object)¦ 2¦(person/animal)¦ 3¦(shape of tube/ball)¦ 4¦(make something flat)¦ 5¦(clothes)¦ 6¦(something with wheels)¦ 7¦(drop of liquid)¦ 8¦(waves/clouds)¦ 9¦(game)¦ 10¦( …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • roll — 1 verb 1 ROUND OBJECT (intransitive always + adv/prep, transitive) if something that is round rolls or if you roll it, it moves along a surface by turning over and over: The ball rolled into the street. | roll sth: Maybe we can roll the log to… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • roll*/*/*/ — [rəʊl] verb I 1) [I/T] to move forwards while turning over and over, or to make something do this The pencil went rolling across the floor.[/ex] Men were rolling tyres across the yard.[/ex] 2) [I/T] to move on wheels, or to move something that is …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • roll something up — FOLD (UP), furl, wind up, coil (up), bundle up. → roll * * * Military drive the flank of an enemy line back and round so that the line is shortened or surrounded * * * ˌroll sthˈup derived …   Useful english dictionary

  • roll out — UK US roll out Phrasal Verb with roll({{}}/rəʊl/ verb ► MARKETING to make a new product, service, or system available for the first time: »A media campaign is expected to roll out early next year. roll sth out »The company plans to roll out the… …   Financial and business terms

  • roll something over — Finance contrive or extend a particular financial arrangement this is not a good time for rolling over corporate debt * * * ˌroll sthˈover derived (technical) to allow money that sb owes to be paid back at a later date • The bank refused to roll… …   Useful english dictionary

  • roll of honour — UK US noun [countable] [singular roll of honour plural ˌrolls of ˈhonour] british a list of people who have done something impressive Thesaurus: types of listhyponym to make a list, or to add …   Useful english dictionary