Definitions

from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The act or process of rolling over.
  • n. An accident in which a motor vehicle overturns.
  • n. The act or an instance of rolling over funds: an IRA rollover.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. the act of rolling over
  • n. a road traffic accident in which a vehicle overturns
  • n. a graphic element that changes its shape or colour when the cursor moves over it
  • n. the process of reinvesting funds in a new issue of the same or similar investment
  • n. in the National or European lottery, the situation in which a jackpot that has not been won is carried over to the next week
  • n. A target on the pinball table that is activated when the ball rolls over it.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the act of changing the institution that invests your pension plan without incurring a tax penalty

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Examples

  • We're $9 into that already, due to rollover from the previous poem, so it only needs another $11.

    Courted: a dirge (funded!)

  • As such, the minimum roof strength requirement is sometimes called a rollover standard.

    NHTSA declines to revisit roof-crush standard

  • When the rollover is run in tandem with a display ad next to the video box, the chance of someone clicking can be 46 times as good.

    May « 2008 « Isegoria

  • As of now, it appears he has a full plate -- finding a Tax Collector (tip 'o the hat to LES!) and a Health Officer, cleaning up behind the late, lamented Carlton McGee (a notes rollover is due in two months), and managing the budget process which is now SERIOUSLY OVERDUE.

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  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Right now we're getting close to where we call rollover, where the gases that are collected, the smoke is actually starting to burn.

    CNN Transcript Jun 19, 2007

  • The special servicer has hired a broker with the focus on maintaining occupancy and renewing near-term rollover tenants.

  • PPG Place is a solid bull's eye with regard to our long-stated acquisition criteria: prime infill location in a top tier submarket with significant barriers to entry, priced below replacement cost, limited near-term rollover exposure and a diversified and financially sound customer base.

  • Publishers can also opt-in to a keyword rollover feature similar to Kontera's that pops up a window with a few relevant Tweets when you mouse over a link in the text of an article.

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  • "The low near term rollover and the strong tenancy of Walmart as well as the other national tenants will provide a good source of long term stable cash flow."

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • And just to add some color to what Guy said, the deal flow in Europe is particularly attractive in cases where there is near-term rollover of leases.

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  • As there were no jackpot winners on last nights EuroMillions Lottery draw, next Fridays' draw will be a rollover with an estimated jackpot of Ā£52 Million!

    April 26, 2009