Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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all-round all-around.
come round to regain consciousness; revive. [2 definitions]
merry-go-round a circular, machine-driven, revolving platform with seats, often in the form of horses that go up and down on vertical poles, on which rides may be purchased; carousel. [2 definitions]
roll round to come into existence or happen as part of a repeated cycle.
round dance a folk dance performed by a circle of dancers. [2 definitions]
round number a number given in terms of the nearest whole number, or given in the nearest tens, hundreds, or the like. The number 50 is a round number for 47.
round off to change a number to a number that is close to it but that ends in zero.
round out to bring to completion or perfection.
round robin an athletic contest or tournament in which each participant has a turn competing with every other one. [2 definitions]
round steak a cut of beef from between the rump and the top of the hind leg.
Round Table in the Arthurian legends, the table about which King Arthur and his knights sat, or this group collectively. [2 definitions]
round trip a trip to a given destination and back to the starting point.
round up to bring together; collect.
round-shouldered having the shoulders and upper back bent forward; hunched.
round-the-clock continuous throughout the day and night.
theater-in-the-round see arena theater.
year round during the whole year.
year-round continuing, existing, or lasting throughout the entire year.