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Wordnet 3.0

NOUN (2)

1. the act of forcing the enemy to withdraw;
[syn: rollback, push back]

2. reducing prices back to some earlier level;

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3 definitions retrieved:

WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006):

rollback n 1: the act of forcing the enemy to withdraw [syn: rollback, push back] 2: reducing prices back to some earlier level
Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0:

62 Moby Thesaurus words for "rollback": abatement, agio, allowance, backset, backsliding, backward motion, backward step, bank discount, breakage, cash discount, chain discount, charge-off, concession, curtailment, cut, cutback, deduction, depreciation, discount, drawback, kickback, lapse, penalty, penalty clause, percentage, premium, price reduction, price-cut, pullback, reaction, rebate, rebatement, recession, recidivation, recidivism, reduction, reentry, refluence, reflux, refund, regress, regression, relapse, retrenchment, retroaction, retrocession, retroflexion, retrogradation, retrogression, retrusion, return, salvage, setback, setoff, sternway, tare, throwback, time discount, trade discount, tret, underselling, write-off
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):

rollback Reverting data in a database to an earlier state, usually in response to an error or aborted operation. In a transaction based database system, transactions are considered atomic. If an error occurs while performing a transaction, the database is automatically rolled back to the state at the previous commit. Rollback may also be performed by an explicit rollback transaction. (2000-01-15)