Roll-on Roll-off

Roll-on Roll-off,

What is Roll-on Roll-off?

Roll-on Roll-off definition is: RoRo UK has described the ports where vehicles can be pushed to one end and pushed to the other on arrival.

Literal Meanings of Roll-on Roll-off


Meanings of Roll:
  1. Move or move it in a certain direction by rotating the axis and back.

  2. The wheels are moving.

  3. Continue bonding (slightly soft elastic) to form cylinders, tubes or circles.

  4. Flatten or spread with a roller (something)

  5. (Loud, echoing sound or like a drum) Echoed.

  6. Rob (a person, usually when drunk or asleep)

  7. Cylinders are formed by wrapping a flexible material around a tube and twisting it alone without twisting it.

  8. A movement in which someone or something turns.

  9. A long, deep, resonant sound that is usually produced by thunder or drums.

  10. A small piece of bread for a person to eat.

  11. Official list or list of names.

Sentences of Roll
  1. The car fell into a ditch

  2. Truck driving on the road

  3. Make a ball with a handkerchief

  4. Roll the dough on a dirty surface

  5. The first thunderbolt crossed the sky

  6. Carpet roll

Synonyms of Roll

file, index, smooth, crack, thunder, turn over and over, grumble, flatten, turn round and round, curl, coil, inventory, rumble, catalogue, echo, roar, reverberation, be conveyed, list, move


Meanings of On:
  1. With the help of physical touch and (surface)

  2. Formation of a separate or marked part of (the surface of an object)

  3. (Above) as an article

  4. As a member (commission, jury or other body)

  5. Keep (above) as a goal, purpose or focus.

  6. (Above) As a means of transmitting or storing information

  7. During the trip)

  8. State the day or part of the day when the incident occurred.

  9. Determined

Sentences of On
  1. There is a jug of water on the table

  2. Itching on the arm

  3. Career book

  4. Can join the committee

  5. Five airstrikes in the city

  6. Write your idea on paper

  7. He wants to see his mother

Synonyms of On

referring to, without a pause, with regard to, on, with reference to, ceaselessly, functioning, touching on, for a long time, at length, in connection with, in use, concerning, in the matter of, connected with, working, operating, without a break, relating to, dealing with, continuously


Meanings of Off:
  1. Go and get off often.

  2. Located or driving in the direction of (main road or intersection)

  3. Remove or separate.

  4. Half of the court (divided by the length) in which the batsman's feet point when he gets up to catch the ball.

  5. Characteristic of performing poorly or feeling unsatisfactory or inadequate

  6. (Foods) are not fresh anymore.

  7. Located on the side of the vehicle which is usually away from the side curb.

  8. Shameful or unfair

  9. In question or far from this place.

  10. To delete or disconnect

Sentences of Off
  1. Get out of bed

  2. Individual network cable

  3. His possession threatened to tear him apart

  4. Event guard in bat in style and deadly in the goal from the opposite direction.

  5. Even the best athletes have a few days off

  6. The fish are a bit extinct

Synonyms of Off

from there, stale, away, unfair, uncalled for, mouldy, unreasonable, rancid, turned, to a distance, unacceptable, spoiled, high, putrid, sour, bad, putrescent, rotten, from here, unnecessary, unjust, unsatisfactory, inequitable, below the belt, unjustifiable, unjustified, unwarranted

Roll-on Roll-off,

Roll-on Roll-off:

  1. RoRo In the UK, it describes a ferry where vehicles can be driven from one end to the other, depending on their destination.

Literal Meanings of Roll-on Roll-off


Meanings of Roll:
  1. Move the shaft in a certain direction by twisting and turning.

  2. (Somewhat flexible) repeated self-burning to form cylinders, tubes or circles.

  3. Roll it up or flatten it (slightly) between the rolls.

  4. Stealing (someone, usually while intoxicated or asleep).

  5. The cylinder is formed by wrapping or twisting flexible material around a tube without bending.

  6. A movement in which something or something turns or turns itself.

  7. A piece of bread is too small for one person to eat.

  8. A roller for smoothing something, especially one used to shape metal in a mill.

Sentences of Roll
  1. Driving a truck on the way.

  2. Thunder exploded, roll after roll

  3. Soup with rolls

  4. There is no name at the school event.

  5. There is a refinery hidden from the rolling ground.

Synonyms of Roll

listing, rataplan, spool, pass, tattoo, reel, be carried, directory, record, twist, reverberate, scroll, cylinder, even out, level, go round and round, register, ■■■■, toss, peal, re-echo


Meanings of On:
  1. During the journey).

  2. Details of the day or part of the day when an event occurs.

  3. Physically touch and move to a level.

  4. Which refers to the continuity of an action or process.

  5. (An event) that is happening or during a presentation.

  6. (From an electrical device or power source).

  7. Formation of the names of subatomic particles or quanta.

  8. Name formation for substances

Sentences of On
  1. The amount of your electricity bill is nothing compared to your security.

  2. What's new in the May festival?

Synonyms of On

in operation, endlessly, interminably, without a pause/break


Meanings of Off:
  1. Away or at a distance from the place in question.

  2. Get out of the way or run.

  3. Not working (from electrical device or power supply) or stopped working.

  4. Gain access or ownership of some material goods or assets.

  5. Indicates the amount generated at a time (with the numbers above).

  6. Feature of unsatisfactory or inadequate performance or feeling worse than usual.

  7. Stay on the side of the car that is usually farthest from the road.

  8. Boring or unfair?

  9. Hostility or enmity

  10. The center of the playing field (divided by the length) where the batsman's feet point to get up to catch the ball.

  11. The beginning of a career, journey or experience.

  12. Kill the murder.

Sentences of Off
  1. We are closed tomorrow

  2. He threatens to tear down the door.

  3. Fever and no longer eating.

  4. Even the best players have a day off.

  5. There is no one but the maid and she has come a little late.

  6. The so-called loyal workers get up and start a new business.

  7. I fell and chased the boy.

Synonyms of Off

cold, frosty, unapproachable, a bit thick, unresponsive, out of order, uncommunicative, unfriendly, aloof, distant, hostile, chilly, offish, over the fence, cool, frigid, a bit much, stand-offish