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Adjective
Having a circular or cylindrical shape
“It is a town with an impressive heritage, consisting of an ancient church, a round tower, and a large enclosed medieval castle.”
Adjective
Having a surfeit of body fat
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“Richard Greene, a short, rather round man with thinning dirty-blonde hair, chuckled.”
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Characterized by fullness, clarity, strength, and smoothness of sound
“The amalgamation of the round tones of one set of strings, with the crisp metallic tones of the other, produces an effect of a peculiarly pleasing character.”
Adjective
Not omitting or disguising anything
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“Since your imperial majesty and your princely graces desire a round answer, I will give one that cannot easily be misunderstood.”
Adjective
An exact, complete or whole number or figure
“A round dozen issues of sporting papers littered the chairs and the floors.”
Adjective
Having an edge that is not sharp
“The old blade was now round and blunted with age.”
Adjective
Having rotary motion in the manner of a clock
Adjective
In the form of a dome
Adjective
Tuneful and melodic
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Beady or bright
Adjective
Having an outline or surface that curves inwards like the interior of a circle or sphere
Adjective
Having straight parallel sides and a circular or oval cross-section
Adverb
In the vicinity of
“Her lipstick has bled into the soft skin round her mouth.”
Adverb
Everywhere throughout a given area or region
“Certainly, as British imperial influence spread round the world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, so too did British aesthetics.”
Adverb
In, or towards, the opposite direction
“We decided to turn round as it was apparent that we were headed in the wrong direction.”
Adverb
Almost or approximately in amount, degree or extent
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“It costs round about three fifty and I wanted a fiver for the driver.”
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Next to
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In a complete or total degree or manner
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Noun
A circular or rounded piece of something
“Take a toasted slice of bread and cut it into a big round equal to the size of the eggplant slice.”
Noun
A session of activity or work, typically involving movement
“A postman hid hundreds of parcels at home because stone-throwing yobs were making his daily round a nightmare.”
Noun
A regularly recurring sequence of activities
“For well-to-do expatriates, life seems to be just an endless round of parties.”
Noun
Each of a succession of stages, especially in a competition
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“I didn't get past the second round, so my last song was never performed.”
Noun
An amount of ammunition, or the ammunition itself
“The directional pad is used for zooming in on targets, and the trigger button can be used to fire a round of ammunition.”
Noun
A short period of intense activity of a specified kind
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A trip or a set amount of traveling
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A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination
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The act of genuflecting
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An obtuse-angled relief or cut at an edge added for a finished appearance and to break sharp edges
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The range or scope of something
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Noun
An expedition to keep watch over an area, especially by guards or police walking or driving around at regular intervals
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(cricket) One side's (from when the first player begins to bat, until the last player is out) or individual player's turn to bat or the runs scored during those durations
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A thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion
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A distribution of playing cards during a game
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A concentrated fire from pieces of artillery, as in endeavoring to make a break in a fortification
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A rung of a ladder
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A violent confrontation or struggle
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A musical composition
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A habit or pattern of behaviour that has become dull and unproductive but is hard to change
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The hindquarters of a four-legged mammal
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The last and deciding game in a sports tournament or other competition
Verb
To pass and go round (something)
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“Another group of policemen round a corner to find a car alarm blaring and a window smashed, with the cause of the mayhem nowhere to be found.”
Verb
To turn or bend away from a straight line or course
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“By 1963, this road would round slightly toward the river and lead to a bridge.”
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To form or shape into a ball
“Dogs don't care if you round your socks up and leave them under the couch.”
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To make smooth or glossy by applying surface pressure
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To bring to ripeness or maturity
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To wrap (something) round on itself to form into a spherical or cylindrical shape
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To improve, refine, or add the finishing touches to
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(of a vehicle) To go round a bend or corner
Preposition
Throughout the extent of (an area or space) within the given boundaries of
“Then I lit the candle and held the stick of sealing-wax in the flame, letting the red drops fall round the bottle cap until it was tightly sealed.”
Preposition
On all or most sides or areas of
“His music has earned recognition all round the world.”
Preposition
To deal with
“Don't just immediately give up, but think about ways round the problem.”
Preposition
In the vicinity of
Preposition
During a given period of time
Preposition
At, near or adjacent to
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