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    Exclamation Doubt!

    What does "Right round" mean?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Doubt!

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie Rasmus View Post
    What does "Right round" mean?

    Thanks.
    "Right round" means "all the way (a)round". For example:

    Sports teacher to student; "I want you to run round the sports field".
    Student; "Right round?"
    Teacher; "Yes, all the way round."

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