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round robin

noun [C] uk   us  

round robin noun [C] (LETTER)

UK a letter, usually of demands or complaints, that is signed by many people UK a letter that you send to a lot of people, for example at Christmas, telling them what you have done that year

round robin noun [C] (COMPETITION)

a competition in which all the players play against each other at least once
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