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    kadioguy is offline Key Member
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    So as to rotate or cause rotation

    On the Oxford Dictionary of English, it says:

    round
    adv.
    British

    1. So as to rotate or cause rotation; with circular motion.
    ‘a plane circled round overhead’
    ‘she turned her glass round and round’

    1.1 So as to cover or take in the whole area surrounding a particular centre.
    ‘she paused to glance round admiringly at the décor’

    1.2 So as to reach everyone in a particular group or area.
    ‘he passed round a newspaper cutting’

    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/round
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    What does 'So as to' mean?
    I think it doesn't mean 'in order to'.

    PS - I also posted the same question here, but all of your answers are unique.
    I am not a teacher.

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    GoesStation is offline Moderator
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    Re: So as to rotate or cause rotation

    Quote Originally Posted by kadioguy View Post
    What does 'So as to' mean?
    I think it doesn't mean 'in order to'.
    Actually it does mean that.
    I am not a teacher.

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