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roll-around

[ rohl-uh-round ]
/ ˈroʊl əˌraʊnd /
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adjective

equipped with wheels or casters so as to be easily movable from one location to another: a roll-around kitchen counter.

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Origin of roll-around

First recorded in 1970–75; adj. use of verb phrase roll around

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roll around

Return or recur, as in When income tax time rolls around, Peggy is too busy to play tennis. [Late 1600s]

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