- v.展开( unroll的过去式和过去分词 ); 铺开; 展现; 显示;
I unrolled my sleeping bag as usual.
Winston examined the four slips of paper which he had unrolled.
Miles upon miles to the east and southeast the desert unrolled itself.
The leaves over Hintock unrolled their creased tissues.
The landscape unrolled under the speeding plane.
As Hetty concluded, she reverently unrolled a small English Bible from its envelope of coarse calico.
The salesman quickly unrolled the carpet.
They unrolled the cloth onto the table.
He unrolled a map of Europe.
You unrolled the toilet paper again.
If it is on a roll, it must be unrolled on the floor.
1. extended or spread out fully before one;
"saw miles of sand dunes rolled out to the horizon"
2. unwound and spread out (of something rolled or coiled)