What is the Latin verb for "To move out, or cause to be moved out, upon, or by means of, rollers or small wheels"? I tried hard to find something like this on the Internet, but I failed...
evolve/revolve? No. It means to roll something. Like a stone.
E.g. Mar 16:3 et dicebant ad invicem quis revolvet nobis lapidem ab ostio monumenti
He wheeled out a stretcher from the ambulance. - E subitis medicae curru lecticulam evolvi.
It looks like the poor paramedic rolled it out in the head over heels way, doesn't it?
I know it's better to say He unloaded a stretcher from the ambulance. Though what word is for unload in Latin in the case? exonero? I'm stuck.