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Definition of "rounds" []

  • Having a flat circular shape, as a disc or hoop (adjective)
  • Having the shape of a sphere or ball (adjective)
  • Curved; not angular (adjective)
  • Involving or using circular motion (adjective)
  • Complete; entire (adjective)
  • Forming or expressed by an integer or whole number, with no fraction (adjective)
  • Expressed to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand (adjective)
  • (of a sum of money) considerable; ample (adjective)
  • Fully depicted or developed, as a character in a book (adjective)
  • Full and plump (adjective)
  • (of sound) full and sonorous (adjective)
  • (of pace) brisk; lively (adjective)
  • (of speech) candid; straightforward; unmodified (adjective)
  • (of a vowel) pronounced with rounded lips (adjective)
  • A round shape or object (noun)
  • A session, as of a negotiation (noun)
  • A series, cycle, or sequence (noun)
  • A stage of a competition (noun)
  • A series of calls, esp in a set order (noun)
  • A playing of all the holes on a golf course (noun)
  • A single turn of play by each player, as in a card game (noun)
  • One of a number of periods constituting a boxing, wrestling, or other match, each usually lasting three minutes (noun)
  • A specified number of arrows shot from a specified distance (noun)
  • A single discharge by a number of guns or a single gun (noun)
  • A bullet, blank cartridge, or other charge of ammunition (noun)
  • A number of drinks bought at one time for a group of people (noun)
  • A single slice of bread or toast or two slices making a single serving of sandwiches (noun)
  • A general outburst of applause, cheering, etc (noun)
  • Movement in a circle or around an axis (noun)
  • A part song in which the voices follow each other at equal intervals at the same pitch (noun)
  • A sequence of bells rung in order of treble to tenor (noun)
  • A dance in which the dancers move in a circle (noun)
  • A cut of beef from the thigh between the rump and the shank (noun)
  • Surrounding, encircling, or enclosing (preposition)
  • On all or most sides of (preposition)
  • On or outside the circumference or perimeter of (preposition)
  • Situated at various points in (preposition)
  • From place to place in (preposition)
  • Somewhere in or near (preposition)
  • Making a circuit or partial circuit about (preposition)
  • Reached by making a partial circuit about something (preposition)
  • Revolving round a centre or axis (preposition)
  • So as to have a basis in (preposition)
  • On all or most sides (adverb)
  • On or outside the circumference or perimeter (adverb)
  • In all directions from a point of reference (adverb)
  • To all members of a group (adverb)
  • In rotation or revolution (adverb)
  • By a circuitous route (adverb)
  • To a specific place (adverb)
  • To make or become round (verb)
  • To encircle; surround (verb)
  • To move or cause to move with circular motion (verb)
  • To pronounce (a speech sound) with rounded lips (verb)
  • To purse (the lips) (verb)
  • Plural form of round. (noun)

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  • The practice of medical doctors visiting patients in a hospital according to a predetermined order. (noun)
  • A route taken by someone in authority. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of round. (verb)

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Use "rounds" in a sentence
  • "In the 155 division he is not going to face many guys that are as fast as he is that are that much larger than he is - 5'11 - but the other problem is going to cost him - the Penn fight is a perfect example, he is talking of standing and banging with BJ - and extending the fight to the title rounds and beating him when BJ gets tired."
  • "The title rounds will comprise a knockout round, a semi-final round, the finals, and the championship round."
  • "Perhaps the best benefit of this song making the rounds is the discovery of E-Ramp, which has plenty of good accessibility information."