Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Roller"

The meaning of "Roller" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does on a roller coaster mean?
A: That the day had ups and downs or many exciting moments
Q: What does high roller mean?
A: Someone that has a lot of money and is willing to spend a lot of money. Usually at a casino for gambling
Q: What does high roller mean?
A: Someone who has a lot of money and spends it freely
Q: What does Our roller skates snap right on to any shoes so that you can glide your way around. mean?
A: It means that you can attach the roller skates to any kind of shoe. 'Snap on' means to attach something quickly

Example sentences using "Roller"

Q: Please show me example sentences with high roller .
A: The waiters knew the man would want an expensive drink since he was a high roller. He was known for spending money quickly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with roller coaster.
A: When I go to the amusement park my favorite thing to do is ride the roller coasters.

This week is been a roller coaster what with all the meetings and delays.

Life is like a roller coaster, you’re just along for the ride.
Q: Please show me example sentences with roller coster.
A: I want to go on that roller coaster.
She went on a roller coaster.
Did you hear they're building a new roller coaster?
That roller coaster is famous.
The roller coaster was boring.

Synonyms of "Roller" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between roller and roll (as a noun) ?
A: a roller is like a paint roller. That thing you use to paint walls really quickly by rolling across the surface of the wall.

a roll can have many meanings. When we get sushi we get rolls. We buy toilet paper in rolls (10, for example). A person or thing can do a roll, which means to roll over or in some fashion. You can talk about a dice roll, which is when you throw dice and see their outcome. I think there are more uses, but you'd have to check a dictionary to find them all
Q: What is the difference between roller coaster and scenic railway ?
A: Roller coaster is usually in a theme park and is an adrenaline ride.
Scenic railway is usually a train track that provides scenic views (beautiful natural scenery - example scenic views of the mountains)
Q: What is the difference between roller blades and roller skates ?
A: The main difference between roller skates and roller blades is the wheels. On roller skates the wheels are setup like a car, and you have two wheels in the front and two wheels in the back. Roller blades have wheels that go in a straight line down the shoe

Translations of "Roller"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? get a roller coaster or ride a roller coaster , which is natural?
A: thank you!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Let’s go on a roller coaster ride . Let’s go for a motorcycle ride . are they natural ? plz let me know more natural expressions
A: They are both natural. You could also say "let's go on a roller coaster" and "let's go ride on a motor cycle" but what you had still makes sense. I hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 'roller skates' or 'roller blades' (what is preferable?)
A: To me they’re actually different things. Roller skates have two wheels at the front and two at the back like a car. Roller blades have the four wheels parallel like if a motorbike had four wheels

Other questions about "Roller"

Q: I rode on the roller coaster with my girlfriend does this sound natural?
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Q: The roller coster both shooting out and dropping off very fast. does this sound natural?
A: @Ri-na No problem. 😊 In ordinary words:

The rollercoaster climbed slowly and dropped quickly.

But for something dramatic you might say "dropped like a stone" to mean very fast.

"hurtle" just means go very fast. You could say "hurtled down the slope". 😊
Q: 丁寧にローラーを回して下さい。
Please the roller rotate, carefully. does this sound natural?
A: Please, rotate the roller carefully
Q: In this roller coaster, the rail first goes up and reaches a high point, and suddenly it dives from there, and rotates once. does this sound natural?
A: I would understand what you're saying but the rail is usually called a "track" for a rollercoaster. The round track is called a vertical loop or a loop-the-loop. I would also change "high point" to "peak".

I would say, "In this roller coaster, the track first goes up into a vertical loop, causing the riders to be upside down at the peak. From there it takes a sudden dive to complete the rotation of the loop."
Q: I have two sticky rollers in my apartment. They're called KOROKORO in Japanese. Sounds funny right? haha They're also really popular in Japan because Japanese homes are normally small. does this sound natural?
A: I live in the US, but I think it's the same in the UK. I use a broom and a mop to clean the floors, and I use a vacuum cleaner to clean the carpets.
There are at least 2 or 3 different kinds of mops. The one I have is a sponge mop.
I've never heard of a sticky roller, but it's certainly possible that other people have them and I'm just not aware of them.
I've never heard of anything that cleans both the floor and the carpet.

As for the sentence you were asking about, except for the word "also", you got it right.

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