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roll bounce

roll bounce
 v. phr.— «There’s a “skate off” taking place in Melbourne, and the end result appears to be two facilities for both children and adults to roll bounce, as they say in the skating parlance.» —“Skaters get choice of rinks” by Wayne T. Price Florida Today Aug. 8, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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