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2.
to have given up
Sebastian: You did the best you could.

Veronica: Yeah, but he didn’t. He just sort of rolled over. Didn’t put up a fight. It’s not like him.
by movieenglish May 22, 2009
 
1.
When two or more people are involved in the commission of a crime, only one is caught, and the one subsequently apprehended, then informs on the others to police. Usually for the offer of a lesser charge.
"I thought I'd got away clean. But the guy rolled over on me, when the D.A. threatened him with 15-life."
by D. Gould February 15, 2006
 
3.
The state of feeling emotionally or physically drained the night after ingesting ecstasy tablets. Similar to a hangover.
Ugh, dude I am so rolledover after that rave last night.

I would come hang out, but those blue dolphins left me so rolledover I can't move.
by j.arielle. November 01, 2010
 
4.
Basically, it's the equivilant of a hangover for people who do ecstasy. When someone's rolled over, they're generally extremely tired, a bit irritable, and just plain out of it. They're usually etarded as well. They could also be in some physical discomfort, such as having a headache, being nauseous, and back pain.
1) Dude, I'm so rolled over today.
2) You're definately rolled over.
by Erka G October 16, 2005