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English definition of “come round”

come round

UK (US come around)
verb uk phrasal verb with come   /kʌm/ (came, come) us  

(VISIT)

A2 to visit someone in their home: Come round tonight and we'll watch a video.

(CHANGE YOUR MIND)

C2 to change your opinion of something, often influenced by another person's opinion: He'll come round to my point of view, given a bit of time. Do you still dislike your office, or have you come round to thinking it's all right?

(HAPPEN)

If an event that happens regularly comes round/around, it happens at its usual time: Christmas comes round so quickly!

(BECOME CONSCIOUS)

C1 to become conscious again after an accident or operation: She hasn't come round from the anaesthetic yet.
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