Definition of 'round-robin'
Example sentences containing 'round robin'
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`Miss Doyle, those who sign such a thing- a round robin - mean to make dangerous trouble. STONE THE CROWS, IT'S A VACUUM-CLEANER (1993)
The group stage is a round-robin format. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Match racing sees a series of round-robin races followed by knockout stages to decide medals. The Sun (2012)Are round-robin letters bad taste or bad manners? Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners (2005)He lost all three round-robin matches there last year. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Each of the four players in a group plays the other three players in a round-robin format. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Each team plays nine matches in the round-robin series and six victories should secure progress into the last four. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Players will face each other in a round-robin format over full 18-hole matches. The Sun (2009)Each player will play three rounds of matchplay over 18 holes in a round-robin format. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The format of the competition is expected to be a round-robin format featuring two groups of four, followed by a knockout stage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They had gone behind early but showed the resilience they will need as the long round-robin series of games does not finish until Monday. Times, Sunday Times (2014)GB women take on Canada in their third round-robin game. The Sun (2014)
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