- intr, adverb (electronics) to exhibit gradually reduced response at the upper or lower ends of the working frequency
Example Sentences Including 'roll off'
"The Man let the word roll off his tongue like liquid velvet.
The Five Million Dollar Prince
Ashton is the latest bright young thing to roll off Gradi's endless conveyor belt of young talent.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
Joanna was struggling in earnest, in panic, trying to bite his hand, to scratch, to roll off the bed.
Here Be Dragons
Now, it says, no new thermometer will ever roll off the plant's production line again.
Business Today (2001)
The advantages he sees roll off his tongue digital picture, high-definition TV, more choices and a user-friendly channel guide.
Globe and Mail (2004)
The rover could roll off as early as Sunday, a JPL spokeswoman said.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
This morning, the last Vauxhall will roll off the production line at Luton, ending 97 years of carmaking in the town.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
While I typed on my laptop, drops would roll off the end of my nose onto the keyboard.
BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)
`Once I do get to sleep,' said Sam, `I shall go on sleeping, whether I roll off or no.
THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
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