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roll something down something

to cause something to move down along something, rotating it like a wheel or a ball. Claire rolled the bowling ball down the alley for a strike. Roll the barrel down the ramp carefully. It is heavy.
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roll something down

1. to move something down, making it rotate like a wheel or a ball, or moving it on wheels. Don't carry the ball down; roll it down! I rolled down the ball as you asked.
2. to crank down something, such as a car window. Please roll the window down and get some air in this car. Please roll down the car window.
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roll down something

to move downward, along something, rotating, as a wheel or a ball, or moving downward on wheels. The ball rolled down the hall to the end. The cart went rolling down the hill all by itself.
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roll down

to move downward, rotating, as a wheel or a ball, or to move downward on wheels. I pushed the wagon up the driveway, and it rolled down again. Don't place the cart at the top of the hill. It will roll down.
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LANCASTER - Marching bands, floats, custom and classic car clubs, and equestrian groups will roll down Lancaster Boulevard today for the 64th annual Antelope Valley Fair Parade.
Her eyes will open for second, her head will turn, and a tear will roll down her cheek.
We get attention when we're on the truck and people roll down their windows and ask, What's the deal?
Some motorists will simply roll down the window and announce the destination, while others hold up a sign.
PALMDALE - More than 100 parade entries all decked in Christmas lights will roll down 5th Street West on Saturday for Palmdale's light parade.
As the minivan entered her lane, Rivera swerved to avoid a collision and caused her vehicle to roll down the freeway.
When the deputy spotted the car on 10th Street West north of Avenue K-8 and pulled it over, the driver refused to roll down her window to talk to him, deputies said.
playing either on or near the vehicle when it began to roll down an estimated 30-foot incline, according to police.
An 80-year-old Panorama City woman's car hit and killed her Friday morning when it rolled backward in her driveway, struck her a first time, caused her to roll down the driveway and then continued full circle and struck her again, authorities said.
With one account, E-ZPass motorists may use toll facilities wherever they see the E-ZPass sign without ever having to roll down their windows and pay cash.
After deputies handcuffed the man and placed him in the car, Laiuste managed to get his hands in front of him, roll down the window and escape into a brushy area, Dolan said.
They have added bonds in the 2012-2018 maturity range, which potentially offer reduced volatility, better roll down and more consistent returns than do longer-maturity bonds.
People roll down their windows and they say, `Thanks, guys, you're doing a good job,' '' Partello said, sweat shining on his forehead.
The technology eliminates the need to stop your car to roll down your window either to get a ticket or to pay the fee.
Skaters love to roll down one side and up the other, becoming airborne at each side, Pluth said.