I heard the verb "roll over" used in this sentence:

You don't know these guys. I roll over on them, they'll kill me

Does it mean "to betray" ?

Is this verb with this meaning in common use

Thanks !
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hey clive, my friend is an american and he is told me this !


It means to sell you out. It stems from having a woman loyal to you and you know she's seeing someone else because at night in bed she rolls over on you. Turns her back, cold shoulder, not interested.

When your partner in crime gets sweet with the authorities, they don't want to be your friend anymore either.

It let's you know they're getting themself a sweetheart deal with a new sweetheart.

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