Bedeutung von “surround” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb [ T ] us uk /səˈraʊnd/
Extra Examples
Huge mountains surround the city.A number of imposing building surround the market square.A layer of protective tissue surrounds the nerve.The courtyard is surrounded by marble columns.The insulation which surrounds the tanks helps to maintain an even temperature.

B1 to be or go everywhere around something or someone:

The house is surrounded by a large garden.
The police have surrounded the building.
the surrounding countryside
be surrounded by sb/sth

to have a lot of people or things near you:

She's surrounded by the people she loves.

If a feeling or situation surrounds an event, it is closely connected with it:

Mystery still surrounds the exact circumstances of his death.

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