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round sth off

phrasal verb with round uk   us   /raʊnd/ verb [T]

(SHAPE)

to make something that is pointed or sharp into a smooth, curved shape by rubbing it: He used a special machine to round off the corners of the old table.

(COMPLETE)

to complete an event or activity in a pleasant or satisfactory way: To round off her education, her father sent her to a Swiss finishing school. We rounded the meal off with a chocolate and rum cake.
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