English → English - scroll

Pronunciation
n. roll of paper or parchment with writing on it; ornamental design resembling a scroll; object shaped like a spiral; roster, list
v. create curves or spirals, cut into spirals or curves; move on-screen text or images horizontally or vertically so new information appears on one side of the screen as older information disappears from the other side (Computers)

English → Spanish - scroll

Pronunciation
s. rollo de papel, pergamino, rollo de pergamino, rúbrica; voluta
v. desplazar línea a línea; arrollar, enrollar; decorar con volutas

English → French - scroll

Pronunciation
n. rouleau, défilé, liste
v. défiler, faire défiler; parcourir

English → German - scroll

Pronunciation
n. Bildschirminhalt verschieben (Computer, Bildschirm); scrollen (Fachsprache)
v. mit Schnörkel verzieren

English → Indonesian - scroll

Pronunciation
n. surat gulungan, gulungan surat perkamen, daftar
v. menggulung

English → Italian - scroll

Pronunciation
s. rotolo di carta; riccio, voluta; chiocciola; (Arald) cartiglio; elenco, lista, ruolo; coclea; corona a spirale
v. (archit.) adornare di volute; (inform.) far scorrere un'immagine o un testo sullo schermo del computer orizzontalmente o verticalmente

English → Polish - scroll

Pronunciation
n. zwitek, zwit, zwój, zawój, rola, spirala, zakrętas, woluta, ślimak

English → Portuguese - scroll

Pronunciation
s. pergaminho; rolo de papel; rascunho; lista
v. criar curvas ou espirais; paginar, rolar

English → Romanian - scroll

Pronunciation
n. sul, volută, parafă, listă, banderolă
v. ornamenta în volute

English → Russian - scroll

Pronunciation
с. свиток, список, перечень; волюта [архит.]; спираль, скрижали, манускрипт; письмо, послание
г. украшать завитками

English → Turkish - scroll

Pronunciation
i. tomar, parşömen tomarı, liste, helezoni kıvrım, süslü yazı, kemanın kıvrık ucu

English → Ukrainian - scroll

Pronunciation
n. згорток, манускрипт, розчерк, скрижалі, сувій

English → Dutch - scroll

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zn. rol, boekrol (v.d. Dode Zee); lijst; krul
ww. krulversiering

English → Greek - scroll

Pronunciation
επίθ. έγγραφος
ουσ. κύλινδρος χάρτου, κύλινδρος πάπυρου, πάπυρος, κοσμητικό ομοίωμα τοιούτου

English → Arabic - scroll

Pronunciation
‏قائمة، لفيفة طومار، رخرف حلزوني، زخرفة، حلزوني‏
‏رفع، نزل‏

English → Chinese - scroll

Pronunciation
(名) 卷轴, 名册, 卷形物
(动) 使成卷形; 用涡卷饰装饰; 卷起

English → Chinese - scroll

Pronunciation
(名) 卷軸, 名冊, 卷形物
(動) 使成卷形; 用渦卷飾裝飾; 卷起

English → Hindi - scroll

Pronunciation
n. लिपटे हुए कागज़ का मुट्‌ठा, कागज़ का खर्रा, सूचीपत्र, मकान की सजावट, कटावदार डिज़ाइन, इमारत में घूमे हुए फीते की नकाशी

English → Japanese - scroll

Pronunciation
(名) 巻物; 古文書; 渦巻き模様; 名簿
(動) 巻物にする; 巻く; 渦巻く; (コンピュータ)スクロールする, 画面を自由に動かし必要な情報を映し出す

English → Korean - scroll

Pronunciation
명. 두루마리책; 소용돌이 모양의 장식; 소용돌이 모양의 물건; 목록
동. 두루마리에 쓰다, 두루마리로 만들다, 말다

English → Vietnamese - scroll

Pronunciation
n. cuộn giấy

Definition of scroll

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list.
2. An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern.
3. A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. [U.S.] Alexander Mansfield Burrill.
4. Scroll-shaped end of a violin.
5. A skew surface.
Verb
6. To change one's view of data on a computer's display, typically using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel.
She scrolled the offending image out of view.
7. To move in or out of view horizontally or vertically.
The rising credits slowly scrolled off the screen.
8. To flood a chat system with numerous lines of text, causing legitimate messages to scroll out of view before they can be read.
Hey, stop scrolling!
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Verb Forms

Present participle: scrolling
Present: scroll (3.person: scrolls)
Past: scrolled
Future: will scroll
Present conditional: would scroll
Present Perfect: have scrolled (3.person: has scrolled)
Past Perfect: had scrolled
Future Perfect: will have scrolled
Past conditional: would have scrolled
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