Definition of round:

part of speech: adverb

On all sides; every way; not in a direct line.

part of speech: verb

To make circular; to become round; to encircle; to make protuberant; to make full, smooth, and flowing.

part of speech: noun

A circle; a globe; a sphere; an action or passage in a circle returning to the point of commencement; a walk or circuit performed by a guard or an officer among sentinels; a revolution or rotation; the step of a ladder; a volley, as of firearms by troops; a short song or catch in parts returning to the same point in the performance.

part of speech: adjective

Circular; globular; smooth or flowing; not defective or abrupt; not inconsiderable; large; quick, as to travel at a round rate; bold.

part of speech: preposition

On every side of; about; all over.

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