come round

  • 1 come\ round — • come round • come around v 1. To happen or appear again and again in regular order. And so Saturday night came around again. I will tell him when he comes round again. 2. informal To get back health or knowledge of things; get well from… …

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  • 2 come round — ► come round chiefly Brit. (chiefly US also come around) 1) recover consciousness. 2) be converted to anot her person s opinion. 3) (of a date or regular occurrence) be imminent again. Main Entry: ↑come …

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  • 3 come round — index conform Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 come round — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms come round : present tense I/you/we/they come round he/she/it comes round present participle coming round past tense came round past participle come round British 1) come round or come around if a regular… …

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  • 5 come round — Synonyms and related words: acquiesce, alter, alternate, ameliorate, be changed, be converted into, be here again, be persuaded, be renewed, bottom out, bounce back, break, change, checker, chop, chop and change, circle, come about, come again,… …

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  • 6 come round — or[come around] {v.} 1. To happen or appear again and again in regular order. * /And so Saturday night came around again./ * /I will tell him when he comes round again./ 2. {informal} To get back health or knowledge of things; get well from… …

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  • 7 come round — or[come around] {v.} 1. To happen or appear again and again in regular order. * /And so Saturday night came around again./ * /I will tell him when he comes round again./ 2. {informal} To get back health or knowledge of things; get well from… …

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  • 8 come round — verb a) to make a regular circuit What day does the garbage man come round? b) to change ones opinion Ill explain it again, and maybe hell come round to my way of thinking. See Also: come …

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  • 9 come round to — phr verb Come round to is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑conversation Come round to is used with these nouns as the object: ↑point of view …

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  • 10 ˌcome ˈround — phrasal verb British 1) if a regular event comes round, it happens again 2) to go to a place where someone is, especially their house, in order to visit them Why don t you come round after work?[/ex] 3) to become conscious again …

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  • 11 come round — intransitive verb Date: 1818 1. to change direction 2. to return to a former condition; especially come to 1 3. to accede to a particular opinion or course of action < you ll come round to our side eventually > …

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  • 12 come round — phr verb Come round is used with these nouns as the object: ↑bend …

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  • 13 come round to … — ˌcome aˈround/ˈround (to…) derived to come to a place, especially sb s house, to visit for a short time • Do come around and see us some time. Main entry: ↑comederived …

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  • 14 come round — come (a)round (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb To regain one s health: convalesce, gain, improve, mend, perk up, rally, recover, recuperate. See HEALTH …

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  • 15 come round — see come around * * * [ kʌm raʊnd] see come around …

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  • 16 come round — see come around …

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  • 17 come round — verb change one s position or opinion He came around to our point of view • Syn: ↑come around • Hypernyms: ↑change • Entailment: ↑reconsider • Verb Frames …

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  • 18 come round — recover, recuperate (from a illness); change one s mind …

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  • 19 come round — Change, veer …

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  • 20 come round chiefly Brit. (chiefly US also come around) — 1》 recover consciousness. 2》 be converted to another person s opinion. 3》 (of a date or regular occurrence) recur. → come …

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