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`Once we heard, we sent our Jemmy around with the grommet, Tim, to round up all the folks who played their part. Fidelis Morgan THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)Those soldiers there are going to seal the airport off and round up every suspicious character. Brierley, David SKORPION'S DEATH"The HKs didn't routinely round up the wounded for treatment. S. M. Stirling T2®: THE FUTURE WAR (2003)

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Inglês Britânico: round up /raʊnd ʌp/ VERB
If people or animals are rounded up, someone gathers them together.
He had sought work as a cowboy, rounding up cattle.
  • Inglês Americano: round up
  • Árabe: يَجْمَعُ
  • Português Brasileiro: reunir
  • Chinês: 驱拢
  • Croata: okupiti
  • Tcheco: shromáždit lidi, zvířata
  • Dinamarquês: drive sammen
  • Holandês: bijeendrijven
  • Espanhol Europeu: reunir
  • Finlandês: koota yhteen
  • Francês: rassembler
  • Alemão: aufrunden
  • Grego: περιμαζεύω
  • Italiano: radunare
  • Japonês: かき集める
  • Coreano: 가축 몰다
  • Norueguês: avrunde oppover
  • Polonês: zaokrąglić
  • Português Europeu: reunir
  • Romeno: a strânge laolaltă
  • Russo: собирать в одном месте сгонять скот
  • Espanhol: reunir
  • Sueco: samla ihop
  • Tailandês: รวมตัวกัน
  • Turco: toparlamak
  • Ucraniano: зганяти
  • Vietnamita: dồn lại


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