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Meaning of “roundabout” - Learner’s Dictionary

roundabout

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈraʊndəˌbaʊt/
A roundabout way of doing something or going somewhere is not the direct way.Journeys
Translations of “roundabout”
in Chinese (Traditional) 轉彎抹角的, 繞彎子的, 不直接的…
in Russian окольный…
in Turkish dolaylı, dolambaçlı, dolaşık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 转弯抹角的, 绕弯子的, 不直接的…
in Polish okrężny…
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