Translation of unroll in Spanish:


desenrollar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈroʊl//ʌnˈrəʊl/

transitive verb

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    (banknotes/carpet) desenrollar
    to unroll itself desenrollarse
    • We unrolled our sleeping bags on the floor and stretched out.
    • It must be carried from its transport, unfolded, unrolled, spread out, without any wrinkles, and then inflated with a massive fan.
    • At the end of their first day of trekking, they unrolled their blankets on a side pad.
    • Caesar untied the carpet and unrolled it slowly.
    • Ataren said nothing but got to work on opening and unrolling the old scroll.
    • A couple of the others went to the bookshelves and retrieved several books and a couple of cylindrical scrolls they opened to unroll A2 sized parchments.
    • I picked a random spot in the TV room and unrolled my sleeping bag.
    • The grey carpet unrolled quite easily, which suggested that this was done before.
    • He unrolled my socks and opened my camera and even took the top off my toothpaste and gave it a squeeze.
    • The newspaper fell open easily, unrolling the front page to her view.
    • She unrolled her quilt and blanket onto the sofa.
    • Extending a network is rarely a matter of simply unrolling a length of cable, especially when a distance of miles must be traversed.
    • We had unrolled the unfinished version of the map and adjusted our helmet lights to shine on its laminated surface.
    • We immediately unrolled our sleeping bags and threw them on the bed.
    • Yelina's eyes widened when she spotted the drum kits, which stood side-by-side on the carpet Jack had unrolled to cover the concrete floor.
    • Tyler set down the basket and unrolled the blanket, intent on setting things up himself.
    • They unroll the red carpet at just about every opportunity.
    • But in most parts of it, the red carpet so eagerly unrolled for me is swiftly jerked out from under his feet.
    • Adam unrolled his sleeve and opened the box to show Daniel.
    • The brothers ended their conversation and unrolled their blankets and laid their heads in their saddles.

intransitive verb

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    the landscape unrolled before our eyes el paisaje se ofreció a nuestra vista