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round in Bengali বাংলা

round in Dogri डोगरी

round in Gujarati ગુજરાતી

round in Kashmiri कॉशुर

round in Konkani कोंकणी

round in Maithili মৈথিলী

round in Nepali नेपाली

round in Sindhi سنڌي

round in Tamil தமிழ்

round in English

  • round adj. 1. shaped like a ball, a ring, the trunk of a tree, or the like; having a circular or curved outline or surface.
    Ex. a round hoop, a round bowl, a round hatbox, a round tabletop. Oranges are round. Candles and columns are usually round.

  • round adv. 1. in a circle; with a whirling motion.
    Ex. Wheels go round. The bird flew round and round.
    2. on all sides; in every direction; around.
    Ex. The travelers were compassed round by dangers. So twice five miles of fertile ground With

  • round expr. come around or round. See under come.

  • round expr. get round. See under get.

  • round expr. go the round, to be passed, told, shown, etc., by many people from one to another.
    Ex. This celebrated epistle ... created quite a sensation ... as it went the round after tea (Thomas Hughes).

  • round expr. in the round,
    a. having seats all around a central stage.
    Ex. a theater in the round.
    b. in a form of sculpture in which the figures are apart from any background.
    Ex. The cow's right horn must have been carried in the rou

  • round expr. make (or go) the rounds, to go about from place to place in a fixed course ending where it begins.
    Ex. The watchman made the rounds of the building.

  • round expr. round down (or up), to convert (currency) to the lower (or higher) value of the nearest round number.
    Ex. The Decimal Currency Board have made some clear recommendations by which the new halfpenny conversion table will enable prices sometimes

  • round expr. round in, (Nautical.) to haul in.
    Ex. Ease off the lee brace and round the yard in (Richard Henry Dana).

  • round expr. round off,
    a. to make or become round.
    Ex. The lower [stone] ... is shorter and rounded off instead of being square at the corners (Scott).
    b. (Figurative.) to finish; complete.
    Ex. A referendum held last month rounded off

  • round expr. round on (or upon)
    a. to attack or assail, especially in words.
    Ex. Now everyone rounds on them and tells them that they are a selfish, grasping lot (Punch).
    b. to turn informer against; betray.
    Ex. The self-alienated man

  • round expr. round out,
    a. to make or become round.
    Ex. Working at the wheel, the ceramist rounded out the form, and the bowl appeared finished.
    b. (Figurative.) to finish; complete.
    Ex. to round out a paragraph after much thought, to

  • round expr. round to, (Nautical.) to come head up to the wind.
    Ex. We rounded to and let go our anchor (Richard Henry Dana).

  • round expr. round up,
    a. to drive or bring (cattle or horses) together.
    Ex. The cowboys rounded up the cattle.
    b. to gather together; collect.
    Ex. It took the young couple a long time to round up enough money for a trip to Europe. <

  • round expr. rounds, the ringing of a set of bells from the highest tone through the major scale to the lowest tone.
    Ex. A man well practiced in all that pertained to bells, whether rounds [or] changes (Frederic T. Jane).

  • round noun roundness.

  • round noun 1. anything shaped like a ball, circle, tree trunk, or the like. The rungs of a ladder are sometimes called rounds.
    2. a fixed course ending where it begins.
    Ex. The watchman makes his round of the building every hour.
    3a. moveme

  • round prep. 1. so as to make a turn to the other side of.
    Ex. We walked round the corner.
    2. so as to surround or encircle.
    Ex. They built a fence round the yard. He ... saw ghosts dancing round him (Thomas Love Peacock). The Government yeste

  • round round (1), adjective, noun, verb, adverb, preposition.

  • round round (2),

  • round v.i. to whisper.
    Ex. to round in one's ear.

  • round v.i. 1. to become round.
    Ex. The little boy's lips rounded when he tried to whistle.
    2. to turn around; wheel about.
    Ex. The men who met him rounded on their heels And wonder'd after him (Tennyson).
    3. to take a circular or wind

  • round v.t. 1. to make round.
    Ex. The carpenter rounded the corners of the table. We round our lips when we say ""oo."" The healthy air rounded her cheeks.
    2. to go wholly or partly around.
    Ex. They rounded the island. The ship rounded Cape H

  • round v.t. 1. to whisper (something).
    Ex. The ""Ghosts of Life"" rounded strange secrets in his ear (Thomas Carlyle).
    2. to whisper to.

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