- roll book
: a book in which a teacher keeps a record of the attendance or classwork of his pupils
* * *a book in which attendance records are kept, as of students or employees.
* * *roll book,a book in which a record of attendance or roll calls is kept.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
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