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round

noun [C]
 
 
/raʊnd/
first/second/third/etc, round B2 a part of a competition
pierwsza/druga/trzecia itp. runda
He was beaten in the first round.Parts and stages of competitions
EVENTS a group of events that is part of a series
runda, seria
a round of interviews a new round of talks between the two countriesParts and stages of competitions
VISITS UK regular visits to a group of people or houses to give them something or to see them
obchód, trasa
a milk/newspaper roundVisiting
DRINKS drinks that you buy for a group of people
kolejka
It's your turn to buy the next round.Drinks - general wordsSelling and serving alcoholic drinks
round of applause when people clap
owacja
The crowd gave him a huge round of applause.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
BULLETS a bullet or a set of bullets to be fired at one time from a gun
nabój, seria
Bullets and cartridges
round of golf a game of golf
runda golfa
Golf
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