Spanish translation of “round”
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round adjective /raund/
› shaped like a circle or globe
a round hole a round stone This plate isn’t quite round. › rather fat; plump
a round face. rounded adjective › curved; like part of the line forming a circle
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.
a game of rounders. roundly adverb › plainly; rudely
Deporte Britanico similar
He rebuked her roundly. roundness noun ›
rounds noun plural › a doctor’s visits to his patients
The doctor is (out) on his rounds. all-round adjective › complete
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)
› a revolving machine on which one can ride for pleasure; a merry-go-round.
round figures/numbers noun plural › the nearest convenient or easily remembered numbers
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
There were people all round him. round about › surrounding
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
He rounded off the sharp corners with a file. › to complete successfully
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
The farmer rounded up the sheep (nounround-up).