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rollover in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrolloverroll‧ov‧er /ˈrəʊləʊvə $ ˈroʊloʊvər/ noun  1 a) [countable] when money is moved from one bank account or investment to another without any tax or other fees having to be paid Many CD rollovers happen in October. b) [countable, uncountable] the action of making a bank account, investment etc do thisrollover of The law allows a rollover of retirement money from a company pension to an IRA.2 [countable] British English if there is a rollover in a competition or lottery, nobody wins the biggest prize that week, and the money is added to the prize that can be won the following week3 [countable] an accident in which a car turns over onto its roof4 [uncountable] technical a way of making the images change whenever someone using a MOUSE moves it over a particular word or picture on a computer screen
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rolloverThe law allows a rollover of retirement money from a company pension to an IRA.You can even create rollovers, assigning separate graphics to each rollover state.It supports and stabilizes the foot preventing rollover, whilst absorbing shock from impact.Fireworks' button creation capabilities are further expanded with a more streamlined approach to creating remote rollovers.