roll\ along


roll\ along
1. I
a covered wagon rolled along катался фургон
2. II
roll along in some manner a train (a car, a carriage, etc.) rolls along rapidly поезд и т.д. быстро идет /движется/
3. XVI
roll along in smth. he rolled along in his car он ехал в своей машине

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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