Round

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Round or rounds can mean:

  • The shape of a closed curve with no sharp corners, such as an ellipse, circle, rounded rectangle, or sphere
  • Roundness (geology), the smoothness of clastic particles
  • Roundedness, the roundedness of the lips in the pronunciation of a phoneme
  • Rounding, the truncation of a number to reduce the number of significant figures it contains
  • Round number, a number that ends with one or more zeroes
  • A level of an event, such as a tournament or golf game
  • Round (boxing), a time period within a bout; a number of rounds comprise a bout
  • Grand rounds or rounds, a ritual in medical education and inpatient care
  • Funding round, in business finance
  • Round steak, a cut of meat
  • John Horace Round (1854-1928), genealogist and historian
  • Rounding, a process performed by practitioners of Transcendental Meditation
  • Grand Rounds Scenic Byway, a parkway system in Minneapolis
  • Round - a type of business, where a service provider/retailer visits a group of regular customers over a period of time, frequently associated with a territory, e.g. a milk round or a lawn mowing round.

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