Phrasal Verb 'round'

We have 7 phrasal verb definition related to 'round'.

Round down

Meaning:

Reduce a number to the nearest whole number or number ending in zero

Example:

They ROUNDED DOWN my tax bill.

Round off

Meaning:

Finish something in a satisfactory manner

Example:

Winning the FA Cup ROUNDED OFF a wonderful season for Arsenal.

Round off

Meaning:

Change a number, up or down, to the nearest whole number or number ending in zero

Example:

It cam to £131, but they ROUNDED it OFF to £130.

Round off

Meaning:

Make an edge curved

Example:

They ROUNDED OFF the edges with a knife.

Round on

Meaning:

Criticise or attack fiercely

Example:

She ROUNDED ON her critics and said they were idiots.

Round out

Meaning:

Make something more complete

Example:

They ROUNDED OUT the team when they played.

Round up

Meaning:

Increase a number to the nearest whole number or number ending in zero

Example:

It was $129.95, so I ROUNDED it UP to $30.