Roll-up meaning

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A food shaped into a cylinder, typically consisting of a flat ingredient rolled around a filling, as of a meat or vegetable.
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To move from one option position to another one that has a higher strike price. The old option position is liquidated before the new one is taken. Roll ups occur because the option is going to expire and the trader wants to retain the position.
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An exclamation used to get people's attention to sell something.

Roll up, roll up, pies for sale.

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Make into a cylinder by rolling.

The shopkeeper had to roll up the poster to make it easier to carry.

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Make into a bundle.
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(intransitive) Arrive by vehicle, usually by car.

We thought Jim would be late for the wedding, but then we saw him roll up in front of the the church in his Mercedes.

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(UK, informal) A self-made cigarette from tobacco and rolling paper. (Sometimes spelt as roll-up.)

I smoke roll ups rather than cigs, because they are cheaper.

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