|roll in the hay
||(See a roll in the hay)
|roll off the tongue
||natural to say, easy to pronounce
||Podnzilowicz is a name that doesn't roll off the tongue.
|roll out the red carpet
||welcome in a special way, show lots of hospitality
||We roll out the red carpet when the Queen comes to Calgary.
|roll over and play dead
||not try, not compete hard, give up
||The coach said, "Don't expect the Jets to roll over and play dead."
|roll their eyes
||eyes express boredom or disapproval
||When he told the joke again, the students began rolling their eyes.
|roll with the punches
||be a flexible competitor, pick yourself up
||In politics you learn to roll with the punches and keep going.
|rolling in it
||rich, wealthy, filthy rich, loaded
||"Is Erica rich?" "My dear, Erica is rolling in it."
|rolling in the aisles
||laughing so hard they fall out of their chairs
||Robin Williams made us laugh. We were rolling in the aisles.
||(See a rolling stone gathers no moss)
||cheer for, pull for
||Who are you rooting for - the Leafs or les Canadiens?