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Example sentences from the Web for rollout
Maybe local and state officials can’t improve their rollouts quickly enough.Good news about America’s Covid-19 vaccine campaign|German Lopez|February 12, 2021|Vox
Bloomgarden, the doctor at Northwestern Memorial, says the new Zocdoc tool will be a “great addition” to Chicago’s vaccine drive, but that it addresses only one of the issues with the rollout.Chicago thinks Zocdoc can help solve its vaccine chaos|Lindsay Muscato|February 12, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Tegna has already hired two audience engagement specialists to lead Verify’s rollout on social media platforms.Why local broadcaster Tegna is making a big bet on its fact-checking vertical Verify|Sara Guaglione|February 12, 2021|Digiday
The government has told the press that Co-WIN will make real-time vaccine-related data available to officials monitoring the rollout, and that the app will make it harder for people to use proxies.India is betting on glitchy software to inoculate 300 million people by August|Lindsay Muscato|February 10, 2021|MIT Technology Review
It’s the first line of many as more products are slated for rollout later this year tied to data insights from other brands like Women’s Health and Men’s Health.Hearst turns to first-party data to look for new brand licensing categories|Erika Wheless|February 10, 2021|Digiday
It was an unmitigated disaster, and Lee compares it to the healthcare.gov rollout.
Todd is at his best discussing the unbelievably botched rollout of healthcare.gov.
The rocky nature of her book rollout is fair warning that the road ahead will not be easy.
Priebus derided the rollout of her new book, Hard Choices, and claimed her poll numbers are sinking.
It was a rocky tenure from her appointment all the way up to the botched Healthcare.gov rollout.
British Dictionary definitions for rollout
verb (tr, adverb)
Idioms and Phrases with rollout
Get out of bed, as in I rolled out around six o'clock this morning. [Colloquial; late 1800s]
Introduce, disclose, as in They rolled out the new washing machine with great fanfare.