- vt. 搅浑；惹怒
- 1.She roiled the wine in his presence.
- 2.The crisis has already roiled the dairy industry, with widespread recalls after the industrial chemical melamine was found in milk powder.
- 3.From her ruptured tanks poured a reddish-brown gusher of oil that roiled and boiled and gradually spread a vast slick over the grey blue waters.
- 1.aroused to impatience or anger
- 2.(of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence
- Roiled earth dam