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Translation of "round" - English-Turkish dictionary

round

adverb, preposition   /raʊnd/ UK ( UK/US around)
IN A CIRCLE B1 on all sides of something çevresine/çevresinde, etrafında/etrafına çepeçevre We sat round the table. She had a scarf round her neck.General location and orientationSomewhere, anywhere, nowhere, or everywhereEnclosing, surrounding and immersing
DIRECTION B1 to the opposite direction arkasına, tersine, öteki yanında/yanına, diğer yanına She looked round. Turn the car round and let's go home.General words for movement
TO A PLACE B1 to or in different parts of a place çevresini, çevresi, etraf, etrafını, her tatafını, farklı yerleri/yönleri, baştan başa He showed me round the flat.Somewhere, anywhere, nowhere, or everywhereGeneral words for movement
SEVERAL PLACES B1 from one place or person to another elden ele, birinden diğerine, herkese, oradan oraya Could you pass these forms round, please?General words for movement
VISIT A2 to someone's home ziyarete, eve, bize/onlara vs., birini ziyarete/görmeye Wendy's coming round this afternoon.Visiting
NEAR near an area çevre, civarda, yakınlarda Do you live round here?General location and orientation
round about at approximately a time or approximately an amount aşağı yukarı, yaklaşık olarak, şöyle böyle, tahminen We'll be there round about 10 o'clock.Approximate
round and round B2 moving in a circle without stopping daireler çizerek dönen, fırıl fırıl dönen We drove round and round trying to find the hotel.Geometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objects
(Definition of round adverb, preposition from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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