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round

adjective /raund/
shaped like a circle or globe redondo a round hole a round stone This plate isn’t quite round.
rather fat; plump redondo a round face.
rounded adjective
curved; like part of the line forming a circle redondeado, curvado a rounded arch.
rounders noun
a British ball game, similar to baseball, in which players hit a ball with a bat and then run around the four sides of a square. Deporte Britanico similar al Beisbol a game of rounders.
roundly adverb
plainly; rudely rotundamente He rebuked her roundly.
roundness noun
redondez
rounds noun plural
a doctor’s visits to his patients visitas The doctor is (out) on his rounds.
all-round adjective
complete total, absoluto It was an all-round success.
all-rounder noun
a person who has a talent for several different kinds of work, sport etc, or who can play in any position in a game. persona que hace de todo, persona versátil
roundabout noun
(British ) a circular piece of ground where several roads meet, and round which traffic must travel; traffic circle(American) rotonda, glorieta
a revolving machine on which one can ride for pleasure; a merry-go-round. tiovivo
round figures/numbers noun plural
the nearest convenient or easily remembered numbers números redondos Tell me the cost in round figures (ie $20 rather than $19.87).
round-shouldered adjective
with stooping shoulders cargado de espaldas a round-shouldered man.
round trip noun
a journey to a place and back again (round-trip ticket a ticket for such a journey). viaje de ida y vuelta
a trip to several places and back, taking a circular route. viaje de ida y vuelta
all round
surrounding alrededor (de) There were people all round him.
round about
surrounding alrededor (de) She sat with her children round about her.
near en los alrededores There are not many houses round about.
approximately alrededor de, cerca de There must have been round about a thousand people there.
round off phrasal verb
to make something smooth etc redondear He rounded off the sharp corners with a file.
to complete successfully redondear, rematar He rounded off his career by becoming president.
round on phrasal verb
to turn to face (a person) suddenly, especially angrily volverse en contra (de) The crowd suddenly rounded on him.
round up phrasal verb
to collect together reunir The farmer rounded up the sheep (nounround-up).
Translations of “round”
in Arabic دائري…
in Korean 둥근…
in Malaysian bulat, tembam…
in French rond…
in Turkish yuvarlak, toparlak…
in Italian rotondo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圓形的, 球形的, 弧形的…
in Russian круглый…
in Polish okrągły…
in Vietnamese tròn, bụ bẫm…
in Portuguese redondo…
in Thai เป็นรูปทรงกลม, กลม ๆ…
in German rund, rundlich…
in Catalan rodó…
in Japanese 丸い, 円形の…
in Indonesian bundar, bulat, montok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圆形的, 球形的, 弧形的…
(Definition of round from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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