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Definition of "round-up" []

  • The act of collecting or gathering together scattered cattle by riding around them and driving them in. (noun)
  • A rounding up, or upward curvature or convexity, as in the deck of a vessel. (noun)
  • A gathering in of scattered persons or things. (noun)
  • To collect or gather together scattered animals, persons, or things. (verb-transitive)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "round-up" in a sentence
  • "Andrew Wheeler on A Most Auspicious Day (a round-up of April 1st pranks)."
  • "It is a "professional writing lifestyle" round-up."
  • "I rely on the SFSignal link round-up to know what's going on in the SF blogosphere outside of my usual haunts."