Rolex (Ugandan English)

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[edit] Word or phrase of Ugandan English

Rolex (noun) (Sometimes the word 'Roller' is used)

[edit] Meaning or equivalent in standard English

A Ugandan eatable comprising an omellette, finely sliced tomatoes and cabbages, chopped onions and green pepper rolled in Chapati.


[edit] Usage of the word or phrase

Example: I had a Rolex for lunch.


[edit] Origin of the word or phrase

The word "Rolex" was coined by Makerere University students as a fancier description of rolled Chapati.

[edit] See also

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