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milk round

noun uk   us  
[C] UK a route that a milkman takes regularly 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 particular time of the year by large companies to colleges and universities to discuss giving jobs to students after they have finished their education
Translations of “milk round”
in Chinese (Traditional) 送奶路線…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每日送奶路线…
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