rollo = roll masculine noun


masculine noun
masculine noun

English Translation of ROLLO

: roll, coil
un rollo de cintaa roll of tape
en rollorolled up
familiar : roll of fat
familiar : boring speech, lecture

Examples of ROLLO

un rollo de papel higiénico a roll of toilet paper
regalamos un rollo color we offer a free color film
papel en rollo rolled up paper
los rollos del mar Muerto the Dead Sea Scrolls
en rollo whole
nos soltó el rollo de siempre he gave us the usual spiel (familiar)
¡menudo rollo nos contó tu padre! what a lecture your dad gave us!
¡menudo rollo que tiene! he's always waffling (on) about something! (familiar)
nos vino con un rollo de su familia que no había quien se lo creyera he spun us a yarn about his family that no one could possibly believe
¡vaya rollo patatero que me estás contando! you're talking a load of baloney! (familiar)
perdona por el rollo que te he soltado sorry if I have bored you to death with my story
cinco minutos más y ya corto el rollo five minutes more and then I'll shut up (familiar)
mejor que le cortes el rollo, que tenemos prisa don't let him rattle on, we're in a hurry
¡con lo bien que lo estábamos pasando! ¡nos has cortado el rollo! we were having a great time until you went and spoiled things!
están de rollo desde hace dos horas they've been rattling on for two hours now
no te tires el rollo conmigo que te conozco don't give me that spiel (familiar), I know what you're like
tírate el rollo e invítame a una copa be a pal and get me a drink (familiar)
¡qué rollo! what a pain! (familiar)
ser un rollo to be a bore (familiar)
lo de las lentillas es un rollo contact lenses are a real pain (familiar)
está metido en muchos rollos he's into all sorts of things
no sabemos de qué va el rollo we don't know what it's all about or what's going on
ir a su rollo to do one's own thing
no me va el rollo de esta gente I'm not into their scene (familiar)
en sus fiestas siempre hay buen rollo there's always a good atmosphere at his parties
había muy buen rollo entre nosotros we got on really well together
¡qué mal rollo! what a pain! (familiar)
me da buen/mal rollo I've got a good/nasty or bad feeling about it
¡qué buen rollo me da ese tío! that guy gives me really good vibes! (familiar)
la película me dio tan mal rollo que me deprimí the film was a real downer (familiar)
tener un buen/mal rollo con alguien to get on well/badly with somebody
tener un rollo (con alguien) to be involved (with somebody)

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