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Spanish translation of “round”

round

noun
a regular journey one takes to do one’s work
recorrido
a postman’s round.
a burst of cheering, shooting etc
salva; tiro
They gave him a round of applause The soldier fired several rounds.
a single bullet, shell etc
cartucho
five hundred rounds of ammunition.
a stage in a competition etc
vuelta, asalto (boxeo)
The winners of the first round will go through to the next.
a type of song sung by several singers singing the same tune starting in succession.
(Definition of round from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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