
Round
1. Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is
equidistant from the center. To be useful a wheel must be perfectly round.
2. Shaped like a cylinder. Rather round in shape. They admired the child's
round face.
3. Whole or complete; full. We bought a round dozen chickens.
4. Not exact; approximate. I need a round estimate of the cost.
5. Large; considerable. It was a round sum of money.
6. Outspoken; blunt. She gave the boy a round scolding.
7. Done with full force; unrestrained. He gave me a round thrashing.
8. Ammunition for a single shot. At the end of the fight, he had only one round
left.
9. In music composition where two or more voices enters at a different time
with the same melody. We sang three rounds of that song.
10. One drink for each person in a gathering or group. We bought the last round
at the bar.
11. To make a turn about or to the other side of. We rounded the bend of the
road and saw her.
12. Math: To express as a round number. The number 1.64 can be rounded to 2.
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