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  • 61 round — I [[t]raʊnd[/t]] adj. round•er, round•est, n. adv. prep. v. 1) having a flat, circular form, as a disk or hoop 2) curved like part of a circle, as an outline 3) having a circular cross section, as a cylinder 4) spherical or globular, as a ball 5) …

    From formal English to slang

  • 62 round — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French rund, reund, from Latin rotundus more at rotund Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) having every part of the surface or circumference equidistant from the center (2) cylindrical < a round peg > …

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  • 63 round — adjective 1》 shaped like a circle or cylinder. 2》 shaped like a sphere.     ↘having a curved surface with no sharp projections. 3》 (of a person s shoulders) bent forward. 4》 (of a voice) rich and mellow. 5》 (of a number) expressed in convenient… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 64 round — 1. adjective 1) a round window Syn: circular, ring shaped, disk shaped, hoop shaped; spherical, spheroidal, globular, globe shaped, orb shaped; cylindrical; bulbous, rounded, rotund; technical annular, discoid 2) round …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 65 round — Synonyms and related words: Attic, Charybdis, Chateaubriand, Ciceronian, Indian file, O, O shaped, SRO, about, absolute, ace, admitting no exception, again, air lane, all but, all over, all out, almost, ambagious, ambit, amount, annular, annular… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 66 round — ob·round; round; round·house·man; round·ish; round·let; round·ly; round·man; round·ness; round·sters; semi·round; sur·round·er; un·round; sur·round; round·about·ness; round·ed·ness; round·head·ed·ness; …

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  • 67 round — {{11}}round (adj., adv.) late 13c., from Anglo Fr. rounde, O.Fr. roont, probably originally *redond, from V.L. *retundus (Cf. Prov. redon, Sp. redondo, O.It. ritondo), from L. rotundus like a wheel, circular, round, related to rota wheel (see… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 68 round — around, round 1. In general, BrE prefers round and AmE prefers around, both as an adverb and as a preposition, except in certain more or less fixed expressions or restricted collocations. In BrE it is usual to say all the year round, Winter comes …

    Modern English usage

  • 69 round — n. unit of ammunition 1) to fire a round; to get a round off 2) an incoming round (of artillery fire) 3) the round jammed drinks served to everyone in a group 4) to buy; order a round (of drinks) complete game 5) to play, shoot a round (of golf)… …

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  • 70 Round of 16 — In sport, the Round of 16 is a stage of a knockout competition in which sixteen teams remain in the competition. It consists of eight matches, with the winner of each proceeding to the quarter final stage of the competition. For this reason it is …

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  • 71 Round-up — Cet article concerne un type d attraction. Pour l herbicide, voir Roundup. Round up à Stricker s Grove Un Round up est une attraction à sensation foraine. La première version de cette attraction date de …

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  • 72 round — 1. adjective a round window Syn: circular, spherical, globular, cylindrical 2. noun 1) mould the dough into rounds Syn: ball, sphere, globe, orb, circle, disc, ring, hoop …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 73 round on — phrasal 1. : to inform against : betray 2. : to turn against (a friend or ally) in anger or hostility : assail she rounded on him fiercely Kathleen Freeman was always rounding on his own side on the eve of victory L.B.Nicolson * * * round on To… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 74 round — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. circular, annular, spherical, globular, cylindrical; approximate. See circularity, rotundity, numeration. n. revolution, cycle; circuit, ambit, course, itinerary, beat; series, catch, rondeau;… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 75 round up — verb seek out and bring together (Freq. 4) round up some loyal followers • Derivationally related forms: ↑roundup • Hypernyms: ↑gather, ↑garner, ↑collect, ↑pull together …

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  • 76 round —   Poepoe, popohe, kūpoepoe; molea, mole, momole, kūmole, nemo, ka anemo, polipoli (smooth); mūmū (blunt); nepu (bulging).   Also: nia, akipohe, hūalakē, kōnunu, peo. See around, circuit.    ♦ Round object, as pill or bead, hua.    ♦ Round mass,… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 77 round — See: BRING AROUND or BRING ROUND, COME ROUND, GO THE ROUNDS, MAKE ROUNDS, SQUARE PEG IN A ROUND HOLE, YEAR ROUND …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 78 round — See: BRING AROUND or BRING ROUND, COME ROUND, GO THE ROUNDS, MAKE ROUNDS, SQUARE PEG IN A ROUND HOLE, YEAR ROUND …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 79 Round Up — Infobox Single Name = Round Up Artist = Lady May featuring Blu Cantrell from Album = Bittersweet (Australian/European version) Released = 2002 Format = Recorded = Genre = Urban contemporary, Hip hop Length = 4:14 Label = Arista Writer = Jason… …

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  • 80 round up — verb a) To collect or gather (something) together. Round up the usual suspects. b) To round (a number) to the smallest integer that is not less than it, or to some other greater value, especially a whole number of hundreds, thousands, etc …

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