roto

[roh-toh]
noun, plural rotos.

Origin:
1930–35; by shortening

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roto
rotogravure
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Example sentences
Those of us who play roto know better than to bring it up at a party, let alone beat people over the head with it for an hour.
Full-depth reclamation involves roto-tilling the existing pavement into the underlying surface to create a new base for paving.
The self-drilling anchor attaches to a roto-hammer, which is used to drill the proper size hole.
User-defined groups can be built by specifying rotation or roto-inversion axes, mirror planes, and global inversion symmetry.
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