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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center: a round ball.
- adjective: Moving in or forming a circle.
- adjective: Shaped like a cylinder; cylindrical.
- adjective: Rather rounded in shape: the child's round face.
- adjective: Full in physique; plump: a round figure.
- adjective: Linguistics Formed or articulated with the lips in a rounded shape: a round vowel.
- adjective: Full in tone; sonorous.
- adjective: Whole or complete; full: a round dozen.
- adjective: Mathematics Expressed or designated as a whole number or integer; not fractional.
- adjective: Not exact; approximate: a round estimate.
- adjective: Large; considerable: a round sum of money.
- adjective: Brought to satisfactory conclusion or completion; finished.
- adjective: Outspoken; blunt: a round scolding.
- adjective: Done with full force; unrestrained: gave me a round thrashing.
- noun: Something, such as a circle, disk, globe, or ring, that is round.
- noun: A circle formed of various things.
- noun: Movement around a circle or about an axis.
- noun: A rung or crossbar, as one on a ladder or chair.
- noun: A cut of beef from the part of the thigh between the rump and the shank.
- noun: An assembly of people; a group.
- noun: A round dance.
- noun: A complete course, succession, or series: a round of parties; a round of negotiations.
- noun: A course of customary or prescribed actions, duties, or places. Often used in the plural: physicians' rounds.
- noun: A complete range or extent.
- noun: One drink for each person in a gathering or group: Let me buy the next round.
- noun: A single outburst, as of applause or cheering.
- noun: A single shot or volley.
- noun: Ammunition for a single shot or volley.
- noun: A specified number of arrows shot from a specified distance to a target in archery.
- noun: Sports & Games A unit of play that occupies a specified time, constitutes a certain number of plays, or allows each player a turn, especially the 18-hole sequence played in golf or one of the periods in a boxing match.
- noun: Music A composition for two or more voices in which each voice enters at a different time with the same melody.
- verb-transitive: To make round. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To encompass; surround.
- verb-transitive: To cause to proceed or move in a circular course.
- verb-transitive: Linguistics To pronounce with rounded lips; labialize.
- verb-transitive: To fill out; make plump.
- verb-transitive: To bring to completion or perfection; finish.
- verb-transitive: Mathematics To express as a round number: The number 1.64 can be rounded to 1.6 or to 2.
- verb-transitive: To make a complete circuit of; go or pass around.
- verb-transitive: To make a turn about or to the other side of: rounded a bend in the road.
- verb-intransitive: To become round.
- verb-intransitive: To take a circular course; complete or partially complete a circuit: racecars rounding into the final lap.
- verb-intransitive: To turn about, as on an axis; reverse.
- verb-intransitive: To become curved, filled out, or plump.
- verb-intransitive: To come to satisfactory completion or perfection.
- adverb: In a circular progression or movement; around.
- adverb: With revolutions: wheels moving round.
- adverb: To a specific place or person: called round for the pastor; sent round for the veterinarian.
- preposition: Around.
- preposition: From the beginning to the end of; throughout: a plant that grows round the year.
- phrasal-verb: round on To turn on and assail.
- phrasal-verb: round up To seek out and bring together; gather.
- phrasal-verb: round up To herd (cattle) together from various places.
- idiom: in the round With the stage in the center of the audience.
- idiom: in the round Fully shaped so as to stand free of a background: a sculpture in the round.
- idiom: make To go from place to place, as on business or for entertainment: a delivery truck making the rounds; students going the rounds in the entertainment district.
- idiom: make To be communicated or passed from person to person: The news quickly made the rounds. A piece of juicy gossip is going the rounds.
- verb-transitive: Archaic To whisper.
- malonus (balsas)
- judėjimas ratu
- to go/make the round apeiti
- to go for a round eiti pasivaikščioti
- a round oath šiurkštus
- smarkus keiksmas