rollback

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

roll + back

Verb[edit]

rollback (third-person singular simple present rollbacks, present participle rollbacking, simple past and past participle rollbacked)

  1. (nonstandard) To roll back.

Noun[edit]

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rollback (plural rollbacks)

  1. A return to a prior state.
  2. A withdrawal of military forces.
  3. (computing) An operation which returns a database, or group of records in a database, to a previous state (normally to the previous commit point).
  4. An event caused by a roller coaster failing to reach the top of a hill.
  5. (informal, mechanics’ jargon) a form of flatbed truck adapted or designed specifically as a tow truck or for transporting other vehicles

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