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- (transitive, intransitive) To deploy or release (a new film or software, etc.); to launch (a product or service), especially in a gradual fashion across multiple regions.
- We plan to roll out the new version in September.
- 2017 January 26, Christopher D. Shea, “T2 Trainspotting’: The Early Reviews”, in New York Time:
- Directed, like the original, by Danny Boyle, and starring several members of the original cast, “T2” is getting a wide release in Britain this week before being rolled out across Europe. It reaches the United States on March 17.
- Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see roll, out.
- The cook rolled out the dough with a rolling pin.
- They rolled out the red carpet to welcome the visiting dignitaries.
deploy, release or launch