- = around, about, encircling, near •
They were sitting round the kitchen table.
- = throughout, all over, everywhere in, here and there in •
He has earned respect all round the world.
- = to deal with •
thinking about ways round a problem
- = series, session, cycle, sequence, succession, bout •
This is the latest round of job cuts.
- = stage, turn, level, period, division, session, lap •
in the third round of the cup
- = sphere, ball, band, ring, circle, disc, globe, orb •
small fresh rounds of goat's cheese
- = course, turn, tour, circuit, beat, series, schedule, routine, compass, ambit •
The consultant did his morning round.
- = bullet, shot, shell, discharge, cartridge •
live rounds of ammunition
- = spherical, rounded, bowed, curved, circular, cylindrical, bulbous, rotund, globular, curvilinear, ball-shaped, ring-shaped, disc-shaped, annular, discoid, orbicular •
the round church known as The New Temple
- = complete, full, whole, entire, solid, unbroken, undivided •
a round dozen
- = plump, full, rounded, ample, fleshy, roly-poly, rotund, full-fleshed •
She was a small, round person in her early sixties.
- = considerable, large, liberal, substantial, generous, ample, bountiful, bounteous •
She had a nice, round figure.
- = candid, direct, frank, plain, straightforward, blunt, outspoken, downright, unmodified
- = sonorous, full, rich, resonant, rotund, mellifluous, orotund
'round' in Other Languages