rollover

[rohl-oh-ver]
noun
1.
an accident involving an overturned vehicle.
2.
Business. a reinvestment of funds, especially a tax-free transfer of assets from one retirement plan to another.
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Example sentences
It will surely need more help-either an open-ended rollover of the official
  loans or some kind of debt rescheduling.
So rather than getting a huge bill with overage charges, you get degraded
  service until the rollover of your billing cycle.
The one that nearly killed or paralyzed my brother was a single-car rollover at
  freeway speeds.
The government has recently only begun rollover testing, and vehicles are
  showing a wide range of results.
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