round something off

round something off
complete, finish off, crown, cap, top, conclude, close, end

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  • round something off — 1 the square edges were rounded off: SMOOTH OFF, plane off, sand off, level off. 2 the party rounded off a successful year: COMPLETE, finish off, crown, cap, top; conclude, close, end. → …   Useful english dictionary

  • round something off — 1》 make the edges of something smooth. 2》 complete something in a satisfying or suitable way. → round …   English new terms dictionary

  • round something off (with something) — …   Useful english dictionary

  • ˌround sth ˈoff — phrasal verb 1) to end something in a satisfactory way They rounded off their six match tour with a brilliant victory.[/ex] 2) to make an angle or surface curved and smooth Use a sharp knife to round off the edges.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • polish something off — (informal) 1 he polished off an apple pie: EAT, finish, consume, devour, guzzle, wolf down, down, bolt; drink up, drain …   Useful english dictionary

  • pull something off — ACHIEVE, fulfil, succeed in, accomplish, bring off, carry off, perform, discharge, complete, clinch, fix, effect, engineer. → pull * * * informal succeed in achieving or winning something difficult he pulled off a brilliant first round win * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • squeeze something off — informal shoot a round or shot from a gun. → squeeze …   English new terms dictionary

  • round — round1 [ raund ] adjective *** 1. ) shaped like a circle or a ball: Don t worry if the balls of dough aren t perfectly round. A round table will seat more people than a square one. Which hairstyles would look good with a round face like mine? 2.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • round off — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms round off : present tense I/you/we/they round off he/she/it rounds off present participle rounding off past tense rounded off past participle rounded off 1) to end something in a satisfactory way round… …   English dictionary

  • round — adjective 1》 shaped like a circle or cylinder. 2》 shaped like a sphere.     ↘having a curved surface with no sharp projections. 3》 (of a person s shoulders) bent forward. 4》 (of a voice) rich and mellow. 5》 (of a number) expressed in convenient… …   English new terms dictionary