Bedeutung von “round” — Learner’s Dictionary

round

adverb, preposition uk /raʊnd/ mainly UK also UK/US around
The sea was lapping round his ankles.He wrapped the towel round his middle.We can fit ten round the table, at a pinch.He grabbed her round the throat.Photographers clustered round the film star.
IN A CIRCLE

A2 on all sides of something:

We sat round the table.
She had a scarf round her neck.
DIRECTION

B1 to the opposite direction:

She looked round.
Turn / the car round and let's go home.
TO A PLACE

B1 to or in different parts of a place:

He showed me round the flat.
SEVERAL PLACES

B1 from one place or person to another:

He went round the room asking people individually.
Could you pass these forms round, please?
VISIT

A2 to someone's home:

Wendy's coming round this afternoon.
NEAR

near an area:

Do you live round here?
round about

at approximately a time or approximately an amount:

We'll be there round about 10 o'clock.
round and round

B2 moving in a circle without stopping:

We drove round and round trying to find the hotel.

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