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    roll over for someone

    "Roll over for"

    I'd like to know the meaning of the above.

    Is it like renegotiating with someone?

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    Re: roll over for someone

    If you roll over for someone, you are prepared to do anything to get what you want.

    It comes from the behaviour of dogs, which roll over on their backs in the presence of more dominant animals.

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