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5.
To be ripped off or robbed. This usually occurs at gunpoint, but can sometimes be achieved by craftier methods.
I bought that bitch a gin and tonic and she just walked away. She rolled me for a drink, man.
by madjackal August 21, 2006
 
1.
1) having been busted by the police or other authority for usually small incidents ie parties.

word comes from: the cops "rolled" (in thier cars/motorcycle) up and proceded to enforce the law.

2) past tense of creating a joint
We got rolled at the park for smoking our weed that we just rolled.
by jinx April 25, 2003
 
2.
To be robbed or mugged by a group of hoodlums.
Can be a single person, but you shouldn't let that happen!
"I was walking through Redfern at 5:00 a.m and got rolled by this crew of cunts."
by Diego July 08, 2003
 
3.
V.
1. Used in the past tense has having been beaten badly.
a. Used a lot in the online gaming community similarly to pwned or owned
b. Also in reference to a competition.
2. Referring in the past tense to an act in martial arts, mainly MMA and BJJ, meaning a light warm up of grappling/wrestling.
1. a. We were scrimming a cal-i team and got rolled.
b. We played Mountain View in football last week and we rolled them.

2. I hadn't practiced in a while so one of the white belts rolled with me to warm up.
by HawaiianHero November 03, 2006
 
4.
The past tense of 'roll'. Roll means an ecstacy pill, to take the pill, or to be fucked up from the pill.
"That roll we had the other night was pretty good."
"You keen to roll at this party?"
"I'm rolling pretty fucking hard man."
by Diego August 24, 2003
 
6.
Offering information and/or bribing to the police in order to escape jail time.
BURDEN: Trucker went to take a piss. The Harris guy jacked the truck. I think we pulled him over in New Bedford.
SEAN: But Harris walked.
BURDEN: He didn't walk. He rolled. Boston Police's Anti-Gang Unit stepped in to get info on another case. He rolled for them.
WHITEY: On who?
BURDEN: What the fuck was the name? Him and three other guys knocked off the M.B.T.A. counting room. Sixty grand... Jimmy Markum. Kid was like nineteen or twenty. Slick as hell, man. Ran a crew, never got arrested.

-Mystic River by Brian Helgeland. Based on the novel by Dennis Lehane
by zaafhfc September 10, 2013
 
7.
Rolling can be used to replace the word "mugging" when casually talking about your criminal activities.
"Yeah I got this phone the other day, alright innit. I just rolled some bloke round the back of the bus station. You gets me blad."
by iShouldBeWorkingRightNow April 14, 2010