Origin of rollover
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How to use rollover in a sentence
Table games and video poker only contribute 10% to the rollover.
However, those bonuses usually have exacting rollover requirements or deposit conditions.
Driving like this will eventually cause damage to a truck, and using high speeds to complete technical off-road obstacles also risks a rollover or other accidents.
Moreover, the habit of rolling over debt every two years leaves us vulnerable to a rollover crisis.
Weird thing is though, the Rollover IRA doesn't seem to be doing anything at all.
When it was all over, he went down into his state-room, and shut himself in, and let his misery rollover him.April Hopes|William Dean Howells
Long-snouted dolphin, long-beaked porpoise, spinner porpoise, rollover (St. Vincent).Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic|Stephen Leatherwood
Hear the sound of the water-spouts, as the floods of wrath rollover him!Sermons of Christmas Evans|Joseph Cross
British Dictionary definitions for rollover
- an instance of such continuance of a loan, prize, etc
- (as modifier)a rollover jackpot
Other Idioms and Phrases with rollover
Reinvest profits from one investment back into that investment or into another, as in Our broker advised us to roll over the proceeds into a tax shelter. [Mid-1900s]