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French translation of 'rolled-up'

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rolled-up

[ˌrəʊldˈʌp ]
adjective
1.  [newspaper] roulé(e)enroulé(e)
2.  [sleeves, trouser legs] retroussé(e)

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Example Sentences Including 'rolled-up'

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It was a double-size rolled-up sleeping bag with a pillow on top.
Anita Anderson SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Latovsky drew his ashen lips back from his teeth, raised the rolled-up copy of the Register in his hand, and pitched it at Riley.
Wood, Bari DOLL'S EYES (2003)

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Used Occasionally. rolled-up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'rolled-up' in Other Languages

British English: rolled-up ADJECTIVE
Rolled-up objects have been folded or wrapped into a cylindrical shape.
...a rolled-up newspaper.
  • American English: rolled-up
  • Brazilian Portuguese: enrolado
  • Chinese: 卷起来的
  • European Spanish: enrollado
  • French: roulé
  • German: gerollt
  • Italian: arrotolato
  • Japanese: クルクルと巻いた
  • Korean: 원통형으로 감겨진
  • European Portuguese: enrolado
  • Latin American Spanish: enrollado

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Translation of rolled-up from the Collins English to French
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