Definition of roll-about in English:

roll-about

adjective

  • US. That can be moved on wheels or castors.

noun

  • A videoconferencing system in which the screen, camera, and associated equipment are on a single wheeled unit so they can be easily moved about.

Origin

Early 19th century (in an earlier sense). From roll + about.

Pronunciation

roll-about

/ˈrəʊləbaʊt/