roll-off

[rohl-awf, -of]
noun
1.
Electronics. the rate of loss or attenuation of a signal beyond a certain frequency.
2.
Aeronautics. the tendency of an airplane to lower one wing under varying conditions of flight.

Origin:
noun use of verb phrase roll off

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