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Verb: roll up
  1. Form into a cylinder by rolling
    "Roll up the cloth";
    - furl
     
  2. Get or gather together (a large number of something)
    "She rolled up a small fortune";
    - collect, accumulate, pile up, amass, compile, hoard
     
  3. Arrive in a vehicle
    "He rolled up in a black Mercedes"
     
  4. Make into a bundle
    - bundle, bundle up
     
  5. Close (a car window) by causing it to move up, as with a handle
    "she rolled up the window when it started to rain"
     
  6. Form a cylinder by rolling
    "roll up a banner";
    - wrap up
     
  7. Show certain properties when being rolled
    "The carpet rolls up unevenly";
    - roll

Derived forms: rolls up, rolled up, rolling up

See also: roll

Type of: arrive, change, change form, change shape, change surface, close, come, deform, get, hive away, lay in, pack, put in, salt away, shut, stack away, stash away, store

Antonym: unfurl

Encyclopedia: Roll up