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rollaway

[ rohl-uh-wey ]
/ ˈroʊl əˌweɪ /
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adjective
designed to be rolled out of the way or out of sight when not in use: rollaway bed.
noun
something, as an article of furniture, especially a bed, that is a rollaway: a wide selection of cribs and rollaways.
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Origin of rollaway

First recorded in 1935–40; adj. use of verb phrase roll away
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British Dictionary definitions for rollaway

rollaway
/ (ˈrəʊləˌweɪ) /

noun
(modifier) mounted on rollers so as to be easily moved, esp to be stored away after use
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