round noun (GROUP) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "round" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

round

noun [C] (GROUP)
 
 
/raʊnd/
a number of things or group of events
一連串的事情;一系列的事件;一系列活動
Russia and America will hold another round of talks next month.
俄羅斯和美國將在下個月舉行另一輪會談。
When we were young life was just one long round of parties/pleasure.
我們年輕時,生活的內容好像就是一個又一個聚會/一件又一件令人開心的事情。
Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
drinks that you buy for a group of people
(一人給大家買的)每人一份(飲料),一巡(飲料)
It's your turn to buy a round.
該你請大家都喝上一杯了。
Drinking alcohol
UK a single slice of toast, or a sandwich
(麵包的)一片;整片三明治
Sandwiches and snacks
UK ( US route) a set of regular visits that you make to a number of places or people, especially in order to take products as part of your job
(尤指作為送貨工作的)例行拜訪
He has a milk/paper round.
他挨家送奶/報紙。
VisitingTransferring and transporting objects
specialized a song for several singers, who begin singing one after the other at various points in the song
輪唱曲,輪唱歌
Types of songs
(Definition of round noun (GROUP) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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