hot-roll

hot′-roll′



v.t. -rolled, -roll•ing.
to roll (metal) at a heat high enough to permit recrystallization.
[1875–80]
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Separately, Brazil agreed late Tuesday to suspend hot-rolled steel shipments to the United States by nearly one-third in exchange for a waiver of retroactive punitive tariffs.
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