Definitions of "rollover"
  1. It is an act or process in which something moves or changes place by turning over and over
  2. It is a process where payment for an obligation is delayed or extended into a future time period
  3. It is the act of discussing and altering the conditions of a financial deal
  4. It refers to shifting invested funds into a new investment of an identical type
How to use "rollover" in a sentence
  1. The bank offered to rollover the maturing certificate of deposit into a new one.
  2. After a thorough discussion, the company decided to rollover the terms of the loan agreement.
  3. Due to unforeseen circumstances, they had to rollover their debt to the next fiscal year.

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