In Macmillan dictionary, 3rd meaning of roll up:
- [TRANSITIVE] if you roll a car window up, you turn a handle or push a button so that the window goes up
I've learned 'roll up' below:
Old cars system are not automatic. If I raise an old car window, I have to roll or turn the handle of the car. Recently new cars are automatic. If I raise a new car window, I push the button. So I understand why 'roll up a window' is 'raised a window'.
Like this, is there any book about origins of phrasal verbs' meaning?