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milk roundnoun

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[C] UK a ​route that a ​milkmantakesregularly or every ​day to take ​milk to the ​homes of ​customers: Dad had a ​milk round and used to get up really early.the milk round [S] UK informal the ​series of ​visits made at a ​particulartime of the ​year by ​largecompanies to ​colleges and ​universities to ​discuss giving ​jobs to ​students after they have ​finishedtheireducation
(Definition of milk round from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “milk round”
in Chinese (Simplified) 每日送奶路线…
in Chinese (Traditional) 送奶路線…
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