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  • 41 round — rau̇nd vi to go on rounds …

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  • 42 round — / raʊnd/, it. / raund/ s. ingl. ( giro, turno ; propr. tondo ), usato in ital. al masch. (sport.) [nel pugilato, ciascuna delle parti in cui è diviso un incontro] ▶◀ ripresa …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 43 round — |ráunde| s. m. 1.  [Esporte] Cada um dos períodos em que é dividido o combate, em certas esportes de luta. 2. Cada uma das partes de um confronto. • Sinônimo geral: ASSALTO   ‣ Etimologia: palavra inglesa …

    Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • 44 round — /ingl. raund/ [vc. ingl., letteralmente «turno»] s. m. inv. (sport) fase, ripresa, tempo …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 45 round — (izg. rȃund) m DEFINICIJA 1. glazb. engleski naziv za rotu (3) 2. sport razg. krug, runda ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 46 round up — [v] collect, gather assemble, bring in, bring together, cluster, drive, group, herd, marshal, muster, rally; concepts 109,257 Ant. disperse, scatter …

    New thesaurus

  • 47 round-up — ► NOUN 1) a systematic gathering together of people or things. 2) a summary of facts or events …

    English terms dictionary

  • 48 round|er — «ROWN duhr», noun. 1. a person or thing that rounds something. 2. Slang. a habitual drunkard or criminal: »A “square John” is a man who does honest work for a living; a “rounder” is one who doesn t (Maclean s). 3. U.S. Slang. a person who makes… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 49 round|up — «ROWND UHP», noun. 1. a) the act of driving or bringing cattle together from long distances: »The missing ones [cattle] are generally recovered in the annual roundups, when the calves are branded (Theodore Roosevelt). b) the men and horses that… …

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  • 50 round — round1 W2S2 [raund] adv, prep especially BrE also around 1.) surrounding or on all sides of something or someone ▪ We sat round the table playing cards. ▪ Gather round! I have an important announcement to make. ▪ He put his arm gently round her… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 51 round — I [[t]ra͟ʊnd[/t]] PREPOSITION AND ADVERB USES ♦♦ (Round is an adverb and preposition that has the same meanings as around . Round is often used with verbs of movement, such as walk and drive , and also in phrasal verbs such as get round and hand… …

    English dictionary

  • 52 round — 1 /raUnd/ adjective 1 shaped like a circle: a round table | Jamie s eyes grew round with delight. 2 shaped like a ball: a plant with small round berries 3 fat and curved: Charlie had a chubby face and round cheeks. 4 a round number is a whole… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 53 round — I UK [raʊnd] / US adverb, preposition British *** Summary: Round can be used in the following ways: as a preposition (followed by a noun): We travelled round the country. as an adverb (without a following noun): She turned round and ran back to… …

    English dictionary

  • 54 round — adj., n., adv., prep., & v. adj. 1 shaped like or approximately like a circle, sphere, or cylinder; having a convex or circular outline or surface; curved, not angular. 2 done with or involving circular motion. 3 a entire, continuous, complete (a …

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  • 55 round — /raʊnd / (say rownd) adjective 1. circular, as a disc. 2. ring shaped, as a hoop. 3. curved like part of a circle, as an outline. 4. having a circular cross section, as a cylinder. 5. spherical or globular, as a ball. 6. rounded more or less like …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 56 round — round1 roundness, n. /rownd/, adj., rounder, roundest, n., adv., prep., v. adj. 1. having a flat, circular surface, as a disk. 2. ring shaped, as a hoop. 3. curved like part of a circle, as an outline. 4. having a circular cros …

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  • 57 round — round1 [ raund ] adjective *** 1. ) shaped like a circle or a ball: Don t worry if the balls of dough aren t perfectly round. A round table will seat more people than a square one. Which hairstyles would look good with a round face like mine? 2.… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 58 round*/*/*/ — [raʊnd] adv, preposition British I 1) in circles moving in a circular way The children were dancing round in a circle.[/ex] The bird flew round and round the room, unable to escape.[/ex] 2) in or to many places in or to many different parts or… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 59 round — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 series of events ADJECTIVE ▪ endless, long ▪ Life to him was one long round of parties. ▪ fresh, further, latest, new …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 60 round — ▪ I. round round 1 [raʊnd] adjective 1. a round number or sum is a whole number, often ending in 0: • Let s make it a round £50 I owe you. 2. in round figures when an amount is not expressed as an exact number, but as the nearest 10, 100, 1,000… …

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