roll\ over


roll\ over
1. I
he rolled over and went to sleep он повернулся на бок и заснул
2. III
roll over smb. /smb. over/ they rolled him over a) они сбили его с ног; б) они перевернули его
3. XVI
roll over in (on, etc.) smth. roll over in bed (on the ground, etc.) ворочаться в постели с боку на бок и т.д.; roll over on your back повернитесь на спину; the cat rolled over on its side кошка улеглась на бок; the саг rolled over on its side машина перевернулась

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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