rolled
  • US /roʊld/
  • UK /rəʊld/
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解釋
  • v. (時間)流逝; (使)捲; 隆隆作響,轟轟響; 碾(過去式); 滾動;滾移; 風滾;
例句
  • Their school days rolled along peacefully.
  • Kim rolled the poster carefully to bring it home
  • The thunder rolled long after the rain stopped
  • The baker rolled the dough with a rolling pin
  • The cart rolled down the path on its wheels
  • He rolled the ball towards her so she could serve and start the tennis match

台灣茶文化-The Tea Culture of Taiwan

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  1. oolong tea is partially oxidized, baked, rolled, and fired before it is ready to sell.

    烏龍茶經過部分氧化、烘焙、揉撚、焙火後才販售。
  2. before sale, the leaves are crushed, fully oxidized, rolled, and dried.

    在上市販賣前,茶葉經過輾壓、完全氧化、揉撚、以及乾燥。
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【TED】Birke Baehr: What's wrong with our food system

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  1. where pigs rolled in mud and cows grazed on grass all day.

    那裡整天總有些豬滾在泥裡和牛在草地上放牧。
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  1. 1) having been busted by the police or other authority for usually small incidents ie parties. word comes from: the cops "rolled" (in thier cars/motorcycle) up and proceded to enforce the law. 2) past tense of creating a joint
    We got rolled at the park for smoking our weed that we just rolled.
  2. To be robbed or mugged by a group of hoodlums. Can be a single person, but you shouldn't let that happen!
    "I was walking through Redfern at 5:00 a.m and got rolled by this crew of cunts."
  3. V. 1. Used in the past tense has having been beaten badly. a. Used a lot in the online gaming community similarly to [pwned] or [owned] b. Also in reference to a competition. 2. Referring in the past tense to an act in martial arts, mainly [MMA] and [BJJ], meaning a light warm up of grappling/wrestling.
    1. a. We were [scrimming] a [cal-i] team and got rolled. b. We played Mountain View in football last week and we rolled them. 2. I hadn't practiced in a while so one of the white belts rolled with me to warm up.
  4. The past tense of 'roll'. Roll means an ecstacy pill, to take the pill, or to be fucked up from the pill.
    "That roll we had the other night was pretty good." "You keen to roll at this party?" "I'm rolling pretty fucking hard man."
  5. To be ripped off or robbed. This usually occurs at gunpoint, but can sometimes be achieved by craftier methods.
    I bought that bitch a gin and tonic and she just walked away. She rolled me for a drink, man.