Verb: round off Meaning: Finish something in a satisfactory manner Winning the FA Cup ROUNDED OFF a wonderful season for Arsenal. Meaning: Change a number, up or down, to the nearest whole number or number ending in zero It cam to $131, but they ROUNDED it OFF to...
Verb: round on Meaning: Criticise or attack fiercely She ROUNDED ON her critics and said they were idiots.
Verb: round out Meaning: Make something more complete They ROUNDED OUT the team when they played.
Verb: round up Meaning: Increase a number to the nearest whole number or number ending in zero It was $129.95, so I ROUNDED it UP to $30.
Verb: ring round Meaning: Telephone a number of people, usually to try to get some information I RANG ROUND to see if anyone knew where she’d gone.