Bedeutung von “come round” — Learner’s Dictionary

come round

UK phrasal verb with come us uk /kʌm/ verb past tense came, past participle come

A2 to visit someone at their house:

You must come round to the flat for dinner some time.

to change your opinion about something, or agree to an idea or a plan that you were against:

I know Debby doesn't like you borrowing her car but she'll soon come round.

If an event that happens regularly comes round, it happens, or is going to happen soon:

I can't believe that winter has come round already.

to become conscious again after an accident or medical operation

(Definition von “come round” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)