rollback

[ rohl-bak ]
/ ˈroʊlˌbæk /

noun

an act or instance of rolling back.
a return to a lower level of prices, wages, etc., as by government order.
a pulling back or withdrawal: a rollback of attack forces.

Nearby words

  1. rolla,
  2. rolland,
  3. rolland, romain,
  4. rollatini,
  5. rollaway,
  6. rollbar,
  7. rolle's theorem,
  8. rolled collar,
  9. rolled glass,
  10. rolled gold

Origin of rollback

First recorded in 1935–40; noun use of verb phrase roll back

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Word Origin and History for rollback

rollback

n.

also roll-back, "action of rolling backward," 1937; "reduction," 1942, American English, from verbal phrase, from roll (v.) + back (adv.).

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