roll out

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roll out (third-person singular simple present rolls out, present participle rolling out, simple past and past participle rolled out)

  1. (transitive) To deploy or release (a new film or software, etc.).
    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[1]:
      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.
  2. Used other than as an idiom: see roll,‎ out.
    The cook rolled out the dough with a rolling pin.
    They rolled out the red carpet to welcome the visiting dignitaries.

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