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I found the meaning of this verb "Come round" in the Merriam-Webster dictionary as this:
1 : to change direction
2 : to return to a former condition especially : COME TO
3 : to accede to a particular opinion or course of action <you'll come round to our side eventually>
So I'm wondering what excatly "Come round" means in this sentence?
'They are coming round for a drink tonight.'
- They are coming round for a drink tonight.
come around or round
a. to recover consciousness; revive.
b. to change one's opinion, decision, etc., esp. to agree with another's.
c. to visit: Come around more often.
d. to cease being angry, hurt, etc.