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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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roll-onˈroll-on (also roll-on deodorant) noun [countable]  DCBa bottle which contains liquid that you rub under your arms in order to stop your sweat from smelling unpleasant
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roll-onIts collapse could have had serious roll-on effects on the finances of these airports, and the relevant local authorities stepped in.They suggest avoiding the roll-on may resolve the problem and save thousands of needless biopsies each year.Once managers understood where costs truly lay, the innovations were obvious: the roll-on and roll-off ship and the container ship.
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