- Business the introduction of a new product
- Football a play in which the quarterback moves laterally in preparing to throw a pass
Samantha had to take her best friend Chloe to the mall to show her the rollout from her favorite shoe designer.
Rollout is defined as a business showing a new product for the first time.
An example of a rollout is when a company introduces a new line of shoes.
- The introduction of a new product, service, or policy to the public.
- Football A play in which the quarterback runs toward a sideline after receiving the snap with the intention of passing the ball.
- An act of rolling out; deployment.
- IT professional with eight years of project coordination, programming and lead rollout execution seeking management opportunity and team-building potential within a corporation or small business requiring in-house technical facilitation.
- Part of the reason for the new credit card processing biometrics technology rollout is there hasn't been any radical new methods of payment developed for credit cards for the past 20 years.
- Beds for toddlers are different from twin beds in that they are smaller, still use a crib mattress, are lower to the ground, and often include side guards for rollout protection.
- The video for "Rollout (My Business)" received a Video Music Award (VMA) nomination in 2002 and Ludacris performed the song at the pre-show for the VMAs.
- As the big season for video game rollout begins, Nintendo has announced a slew of titles that will be available between now and early 2006.