自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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V-ERG (使)滚;(使)滚动 When something rolls or when you roll it, it moves along a surface, turning over many times.
The ball rolled into the net...
Their car went off the road and rolled over...
VERB (身体)滚动，打滚 If you roll somewhere, you move on a surface while lying down, turning your body over and over, so that you are sometimes on your back, sometimes on your side, and sometimes on your front.
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...
VERB (车辆)慢慢开动，缓缓行进 When vehicles roll along, they move along slowly.
The lorry quietly rolled forward.
VERB (机器)转动，运转，工作 If a machine rolls, it is operating.
He slipped and fell on an airplane gangway as the cameras rolled...
The newspaper presses are rolling in Pittsburgh again today.
VERB (液体)滚落，滑落 If drops of liquid roll down a surface, they move quickly down it.
She looked at Ginny and tears rolled down her cheeks.
VERB 卷;绕;使成筒状（或球状） If you roll something flexible into a cylinder or a ball, you form it into a cylinder or a ball by wrapping it several times around itself or by shaping it between your hands.
He took off his sweater, rolled it into a pillow and lay down on the grass...
He rolled and lit another cigarette.
N-COUNT 卷;卷轴 A roll of paper, plastic, cloth, or wire is a long piece of it that has been wrapped many times around itself or around a tube.
The photographers had already shot a dozen rolls of film.
...a roll of blue insulated wire.
VERB 摇(车窗);卷（窗帘等) If you roll up something such as a car window or a blind, you cause it to move upwards by turning a handle. If you roll it down, you cause it to move downwards by turning a handle.
In mid-afternoon, shopkeepers began to roll down their shutters...
She rolled up the window and drove on...
V-ERG 转动(眼睛)；(眼珠)骨碌碌地转 If you roll your eyes or if your eyes roll, they move round and upwards. People sometimes roll their eyes when they are frightened, bored, or annoyed.
People may roll their eyes and talk about overprotective, interfering grandmothers...
His eyes rolled and he sobbed.
N-COUNT （一人份的）小圆面包，面包卷 A roll is a small piece of bread that is round or long and is made to be eaten by one person. Rolls can be eaten plain, with butter, or with a filling.
He spread butter on a roll.
N-COUNT （鼓的）咚咚声,隆隆声,持续的轰鸣声 A roll of drums is a long, low, fairly loud sound made by drums.
As the town clock struck two, they heard the roll of drums.
N-COUNT 名单;名册 A roll is an official list of people's names.
...the electoral roll.
PHRASE 连连成功;连交好运 If someone is on a roll, they are having great success which seems likely to continue.
I made a name for myself and I was on a roll, I couldn't see anything going wrong.
PHRASE 盼望;期待 If you say roll on something, you mean that you would like it to come soon, because you are looking forward to it.
Roll on the day someone develops an effective vaccine against malaria.
PHRASE 集于一身;融为一体 If something is several things rolled into one, it combines the main features or qualities of those things.
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.