rolar

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From French rouler, from Old French roler, from Medieval Latin rotulare ‎(to roll", "revolve), from Latin rotula ‎(a little wheel), diminutive of rota ‎(a wheel).

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rolar ‎(first-person singular present indicative rolo, past participle rolado)

  1. to roll (to cause to revolve or to revolve)
    rolar os dados‎ ― roll the dice
  2. (of a vehicle with wheels) to move
  3. (Brazil, slang) to happen
  4. to roam; to wander

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Spanish[edit]

Verb[edit]

rolar ‎(first-person singular present rolo, first-person singular preterite rolé, past participle rolado)

  1. to veer round

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