rollout vs roll out

rollout roll out

Definitions

  • 1) An act of rolling out; deployment.
  • 2) The introduction of a new product, service, or policy to the public.
  • 3) Football A play in which the quarterback runs toward a sideline after receiving the snap with the intention of passing the ball.

Definitions

  • 1) software To deploy.
  • 2) flatten or spread with a roller

Examples

  • 1) The rollout will be completed by early next month.
  • 2) But the rollout has not been without its problems.
  • 3) One scenario has the rollout going much as people expect.
  • 4) The rollout is also known as the universal service commitment.
  • 5) But what's it like on the front line of the rollout?
  • 6) It is shocking how the rollout has been managed.
  • 7) Despite the evidence for genetic testing, its rollout across the country is patchy.
  • 8) But it always had a phased rollout in mind.
  • 9) A national rollout is expected by the end of 2008.
  • 10) A component of this rollout is a group of four custom Domo Qee toys in unique packaging, including a Slurpee cup, and this assortment has flown off of shelves all over the country!
  • 11) In addition to the financial terms of the deal, the filmmakers said they were won over by the company's plan for a long-term rollout, led by marketing head Terry Curtin, who comes from a line of Navy aviators and admirals.
  • 12) Even if LTE rollout is quicker (hard to believe given capex constraints in this economy), LTE will still not have major metro coverage till 2012 at earliest … so Apple may be thinking ahead.
  • 13) But we WILL support the Macs, and the MP3 rollout is our first step towards being able to actually do that.
  • 14) The rollout is purely a matter of logistics, not a matter of putting in late fixes for the average user.
  • 15) The stimulus plan is into phase two, with the medium-term rollout of "shovel-ready" infrastructure building, including what Rudd says is the biggest school modernisation programme in the country's history.
  • 16) An informal beginning to the Afghan "rollout" -- D. C.-speak for a coordinated but segmented sales job of a new initiative to Congress, the media and diplomats of other nations -- will come in Brussels tomorrow, when Holbrooke will brief NATO allies privately on the strategic review ordered by Obama.
  • 17) While the administration this week begins a well-publicized Afghan "rollout" --
  • 18) The rollout is expected to include Steven Chu, Mr. Obama’s choice for energy secretary, Lisa Jackson as head of the Environmental Protection Agency, Carol Browner to lead the policy council on environment, energy, and Nancy Sutley to direct the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
  • 19) ‘Shareholders can expect to see a continued roll-out of new product lines and distribution channels.’
  • 20) ‘They expected to replace existing copper or glass fibre cables and play a large part in the roll-out of digital services.’
  • 21) ‘Both companies have rowed back on plans for the roll-out of digital television services.’
  • 22) ‘The roll-out of embedded products is expected to commence before the end of the current financial year.’
  • 23) ‘Initial adopters tend to be technical people, but at the next level companies have to go through proper marketing and product roll-out.’
  • 24) ‘The public sector is doing everything it can and is very committed to the roll-out of services, but it is up to businesses now to do what they have to.’
  • 25) ‘But it is the delays in the completion of critical technical projects that have significantly handicapped the time frame for the roll-out of services.’
  • 26) ‘However, he is critical of the slow roll-out of the service.’
  • 27) ‘There's been a good roll-out of e-government services and plenty of broadband fibre laid.’
  • 28) ‘There is little reason to suspect that the roll-out of 3G services should be any less fraught.’
  • 29) ‘A detailed information booklet will be available to support the roll-out of the service.’
  • 30) ‘There was no mention of the slow roll-out of broadband services in the country.’
  • 31) ‘Today it announced it was delaying the roll-out of unbundled broadband services to residential customers until next year.’
  • 32) ‘Real risk lies in the possibility that the current difficulties will be used to delay the roll-out.’
  • 33) ‘As we generate the roll-out of a portfolio of products over the next year, it will generate its own momentum.’
  • 34) ‘Consider the cost and results of a ‘hit and miss’ national roll-out as opposed to those of a narrowly focused launch targeted at the most likely consumer.’
  • 35) ‘It is because cable companies aren't marketing it as aggressively as the roll-out of their higher-margin digital-TV services.’
  • 36) ‘This has tended to hinder the roll-out and uptake of broadband services among the domestic and SME communities.’
  • 37) ‘But rivals are now beginning the roll-out of their own next generation services - albeit more tentatively.’
  • 38) ‘The national roll-out will be completed by summer.’

Examples

  • 1) The rollout will be completed by early next month.
  • 2) But the rollout has not been without its problems.
  • 3) One scenario has the rollout going much as people expect.
  • 4) The rollout is also known as the universal service commitment.
  • 5) But what's it like on the front line of the rollout?
  • 6) It is shocking how the rollout has been managed.
  • 7) Despite the evidence for genetic testing, its rollout across the country is patchy.
  • 8) But it always had a phased rollout in mind.
  • 9) A national rollout is expected by the end of 2008.
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