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Какие в категорииENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (UK, US) IPA(key): /ˈɹaʊnd/ * Rhymes: -aʊnd

  • (UK, US) IPA(key): /ˈɹaʊnd/
  • Rhymes: -aʊnd

Какие в категорииENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Old French _ront_, _runt_ ( > French _rond_), representing an earlier _*rodond_, from Latin _rotundus_ ( > Italian _rotondo_, Provençal _redon_, Spanish _redondo_ etc.). The noun developed partly from the adjective and partly from the corresponding French noun _rond_. Compare _rotund_ and _rotunda_. ADJECTIVE ROUND (_comparative_ ROUNDER _or_ MORE ROUND, _superlative_ ROUNDEST _or_ MOST ROUND) * (physical) Shape. * Circular or cylindrical; having a circular cross-section in one direction. _We sat at a ROUND table to make conversation easier._ * Spherical; shaped like a ball; having a circular cross-section in more than one direction. _The ancient Egyptian demonstrated that the Earth is ROUND, not flat._ * Lacking sharp angles; having gentle curves. _Our child's bed has ROUND corners for safety._ * Plump. * 1977, Agatha Christie, _An Autobiography_, Part II, chapter2: If I close my eyes I can see Marie today as I saw her then. ROUND, rosy face, snub nose, dark hair piled up in a chignon. * Complete, whole, not lacking. _The baker sold us a ROUND dozen._ * Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892) ROUND was their pace at first, but slackened soon. * (of a number) Convenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero. _One hundred is a nice ROUND number._ * (linguistics) Pronounced with the lips drawn together. * Outspoken; plain and direct; unreserved; not mincing. _a ROUND answer;  a ROUND oath_ * Matthew Arnold (1822-1888) the ROUND assertion * William Shakespeare (1564-1616) Sir Toby, I must be ROUND with you. * Finished; polished; not defective or abrupt; said of authors or their writing style. * Henry Peacham (1578-c.1644) In his satires Horace is quick, ROUND, and pleasant. * Consistent; fair; just; applied to conduct. * Francis Bacon (1561-1626) ROUND dealing is the honour of man's nature. SYNONYMS * (circular): circular, cylindrical, discoid * (spherical): spherical * (of corners that lack sharp angles): rounded * (plump): plump, rotund * (not lacking): complete, entire, whole * (of a number): rounded * (pronounced with the mouth open): rounded DERIVED TERMS * round angle TRANSLATIONS DERIVED TERMS NOUN ROUND (_plural_ ROUNDS) * A circular or spherical object or part of an object. * William Shakespeare (c.1564–1616) the golden ROUND [the crown] * John Milton (1608-1674) in labyrinth of many a ROUND self-rolled * 1915, Emerson Hough, _The Purchase Price_, chapterI: Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes. […] She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, drawing a deep breath which caused the ROUND of her bosom to lift the lace at her throat. * 1955, William Golding, _The Inheritors_, Faber and Faber 2005, p.50: All at once the sun was through, a ROUND of dulled silver, racing slantwise through the clouds yet always staying in the same place. * A circular or repetitious route. _hospital ROUNDS_ _The guards have started their ROUNDS; the prisoner should be caught soon._ * A general outburst from a group of people at an event. _The candidate got a ROUND of applause after every sentence or two._ * A song that is sung by groups of people with each subset of people starting at a different time. * A serving of something; a portion of something to each person in a group. _They brought us a ROUND of drinks about every thirty minutes._ * Charles Dickens, _Dombey and Son_ There is a snaky gleam in her hard grey eye, as of anticipated ROUNDS of buttered toast, relays of hot chops, worryings and quellings

From Old French ront, runt ( > French rond), representing an earlier *rodond, from Latin rotundus ( > Italian rotondo, Provençal redon, Spanish redondo etc.). The noun developed partly from the adjective and partly from the corresponding French noun rond. Compare rotund and rotunda.

Adjective

round (comparative rounder or more round, superlative roundest or most round)

  1. (physical) Shape.
    1. Circular or cylindrical; having a circular cross-section in one direction.
      We sat at a round table to make conversation easier.
    2. Spherical; shaped like a ball; having a circular cross-section in more than one direction.
      The ancient Egyptian demonstrated that the Earth is round, not flat.
    3. Lacking sharp angles; having gentle curves.
      Our child's bed has round corners for safety.
    4. Plump.
  2. Complete, whole, not lacking.
    The baker sold us a round dozen.
  3. (of a number) Convenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero.
    One hundred is a nice round number.
  4. (linguistics) Pronounced with the lips drawn together.
  5. Outspoken; plain and direct; unreserved; not mincing.
    a round answer;  a round oath
  6. Finished; polished; not defective or abrupt; said of authors or their writing style.
  7. Consistent; fair; just; applied to conduct.
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Noun

round (plural rounds)

  1. A circular or spherical object or part of an object.
  2. A circular or repetitious route.
    hospital rounds
    The guards have started their rounds; the prisoner should be caught soon.
  3. A general outburst from a group of people at an event.
    The candidate got a round of applause after every sentence or two.
  4. A song that is sung by groups of people with each subset of people starting at a different time.
  5. A serving of something; a portion of something to each person in a group.
    They brought us a round of drinks about every thirty minutes.

English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _rounen_, from Old English _rūnian_ (“to whisper, talk low, talk secrets, consipre, talk secretly”), from Proto-Germanic _*rūnōną_ (“to talk secrets, whisper, decide”), _*raunijaną_ (“to investigate, examine, prove”), from Proto-Indo-European _*(e)rewə-_, _*(e)rwō-_ (“to trace, find out, look out”). Cognate with Scots _roun_ (“to converse with in whispers, speak privately”), Middle Low German _rūnen_ (“to whisper”), Middle Dutch _ruinen_ (“to whisper”), German _raunen_ (“to whisper, murmur”), Old English _rūn_ (“whisper, secret, mystery”), Swedish _röna_ (“to meet with, experience”). More at rune. VERB ROUND (_third-person singular simple present_ ROUNDS, _present participle_ ROUNDING, _simple past and past participle_ ROUNDED) * (intransitive, archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) To speak in a low tone; whisper; speak secretly; take counsel. * (transitive, archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) To address or speak to in a whisper, utter in a whisper. (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?) (Can we find and add a quotation of Holland to this entry?) * Calderwood The Bishop of Glasgow ROUNDING in his ear, "Ye are not a wise man," […] he ROUNDED likewise to the bishop, and said, "Wherefore brought ye me here?"

From Middle English rounen, from Old English rūnian (to whisper, talk low, talk secrets, consipre, talk secretly), from Proto-Germanic *rūnōną (to talk secrets, whisper, decide), *raunijaną (to investigate, examine, prove), from Proto-Indo-European *(e)rewə-, *(e)rwō- (to trace, find out, look out). Cognate with Scots roun (to converse with in whispers, speak privately), Middle Low German rūnen (to whisper), Middle Dutch ruinen (to whisper), German raunen (to whisper, murmur), Old English rūn (whisper, secret, mystery), Swedish röna (to meet with, experience). More at rune.

Verb

round (third-person singular simple present rounds, present participle rounding, simple past and past participle rounded)

  1. (intransitive, archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) To speak in a low tone; whisper; speak secretly; take counsel.
  2. (transitive, archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) To address or speak to in a whisper, utter in a whisper.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Shakespeare to this entry?)
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Holland to this entry?)

Какие в категорииENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
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English - Etymology 3

From Middle English _roun_, from Old English _rūn_ (“whisper, secret, mystery”), from Proto-Germanic _*rūnō_, _*raunō_ (“a whisper, secret, secret sign”), from Proto-Indo-European _*(e)rewə-_, _*(e)rwō-_ (“to trace, find out, look out”). Cognate with Scots _roun_, _round_ (“a whisper, secret story”), German _Rune_ (“rune”), Swedish _rön_ (“findings, observations, experience”). NOUN ROUND (_plural_ ROUNDS) * (archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) A whisper; whispering. * (archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Discourse; song. STATISTICS

From Middle English roun, from Old English rūn (whisper, secret, mystery), from Proto-Germanic *rūnō, *raunō (a whisper, secret, secret sign), from Proto-Indo-European *(e)rewə-, *(e)rwō- (to trace, find out, look out). Cognate with Scots roun, round (a whisper, secret story), German Rune (rune), Swedish rön (findings, observations, experience).

Noun

round (plural rounds)

  1. (archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) A whisper; whispering.
  2. (archaic or dialectal, Northern England, Scotland) Discourse; song.

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Какие в категорииITALIAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Какие в категорииITALIAN - NOUN
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Italian - Noun

ROUND m (_invariable_) * (sports) round * round (session or series)

round m (invariable)

  1. (sports) round
  2. round (session or series)

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Portuguese - Noun

ROUND m (_plural_ ROUNDS) * (martial arts) round (segment of a fight) SYNONYMS * assalto

round m (plural rounds)

  1. (martial arts) round (segment of a fight)

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