round-up Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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round-upnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈraʊnd.ʌp/
a ​bringing together of ​people, ​animals, things, etc.: The ​presidentordered the round-up and ​imprisonment of all ​oppositionpoliticians.
See also
a ​statement on the ​radio or ​television of the ​mainpoints of the ​news
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