The ball rolled into the net...
Their car went off the road and rolled over...
I rolled a ball across the carpet...
Roll the meat in coarsely ground black pepper to season it.
When I was a little kid I rolled down a hill and broke my leg...
They just rolled about on the floor punching each other like schoolboys...
She rolled over and propped herself up on her elbows.
The lorry quietly rolled forward.
He slipped and fell on an airplane gangway as the cameras rolled...
The newspaper presses are rolling in Pittsburgh again today.
She looked at Ginny and tears rolled down her cheeks.
He took off his sweater, rolled it into a pillow and lay down on the grass...
He rolled and lit another cigarette.
The photographers had already shot a dozen rolls of film.
...a roll of blue insulated wire.
In mid-afternoon, shopkeepers began to roll down their shutters...
She rolled up the window and drove on...
He rolled his window down and gave the man the money.
People may roll their eyes and talk about overprotective, interfering grandmothers...
His eyes rolled and he sobbed.
He spread butter on a roll.
As the town clock struck two, they heard the roll of drums.
...the electoral roll.
I made a name for myself and I was on a roll, I couldn't see anything going wrong.
Roll on the day someone develops an effective vaccine against malaria.
Experts claimed that teachers had to be Einstein, Marie Curie and Linford Christie rolled into one to help children grasp the new national curriculum...
This is our kitchen, sitting and dining room all rolled into one.
近义词: roller,rolling wave10
近义词: paradiddle,drum roll11
近义词: axial rotation,axial motion13
近义词: roll up18
近义词: roll out23
近义词: turn over26