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PREPOSITION AND ADVERB USES 介词和副词用法
PREP 在…周围;围绕 To be positioned round a place or object means to surround it or be on all sides of it. To move round a place means to go along its edge, back to the point where you started.
They were sitting round the kitchen table...
The nightdress has handmade lace round the armholes and neckline...
PREP 绕过;到…的另一边 If you move round a corner or obstacle, you move to the other side of it. If you look round a corner or obstacle, you look to see what is on the other side.
Suddenly a car came round a corner on the opposite side...
Stay on the left-hand pavement to follow a road downhill round a curve...
PREP 在…各处;遍及;在…附近 You use round to say that something happens in or relates to different parts of a place, or is near a place.
He happens to own half the land round here...
I think he has earned the respect of leaders all round the world...
ADV 环绕地;旋转地 If a wheel or object spins round, it turns on its axis.
Holes can be worn remarkably quickly by a wheel going round at 60mph...
Stars appeared everywhere, spinning round and round, faster and faster.
ADV 朝反方向地;转身地 If you turn round, you turn so that you are facing or going in the opposite direction.
She paused, but did not turn round...
The end result was that the ship had to turn round, and go back to Djibouti...
ADV 向不同方向地;四处地 If you move things round, you move them so they are in different places.
He will be glad to refurnish where possible, change things round and redecorate...
I've already moved things round a bit to make it easier for him.
ADV 逐一，挨个（传递） If you hand or pass something round, it is passed from person to person in a group.
John handed round the plate of sandwiches.
...as the whiskey bottle is passed round.
ADV 去，到，至（某人的家） If you go round to someone's house, you visit them.
I think we should go round and tell Kevin to turn his music down...
He came round with a bottle of champagne.
ADV 在某处（无所事事） You use round in informal expressions such as sit round or hang round when you are saying that someone is spending time in a place and is not doing anything very important.
As we sat round chatting, I began to think I'd made a mistake...
I was running round all hyped up.
PREP 以…为基础;基于 If something is built or based round a particular idea, that idea is the basis for it.
That was for a design built round an existing American engine...
The core of the Festival's programme centres round performances of new and 20th century work.
PREP 克服;解决 If you get round a problem or difficulty, you find a way of dealing with it.
Don't just immediately give up but think about ways round a problem...
There are ways of getting round most things!
ADV （想法等）转过来，发生改变 If you win someone round, or if they come round, they change their mind about something and start agreeing with you.
He did his best to talk me round, but I wouldn't speak to him...
The Chandler twins were coming round to the same opinion.
ADV （用于描述以前发生过或定期发生的事情） You use round in expressions such as this time round or to come round when you are describing something that has happened before or things that happen regularly.
In the past, the elections have been marked by hundreds of murders, but this time round the violence has been much more limited...
Of course, it isn't the same first time round...
PREP 周长;围 You can use round to give the measurement of the outside of something that is shaped like a circle or a cylinder.
I'm about two inches larger round the waist.
...forty-eight inches round the hips.
ADV 大约;大概 You use round in front of times or amounts to indicate that they are approximate.
I go to bed round 11:00 at night.
PREP-PHRASE 大约;大概 In spoken English, round about means approximately.
Round about one and a half million people died.
...a system that was abolished round about 1902.
PHRASE 处处;所有;整个 You say all round to emphasize that something affects all parts of a situation or all members of a group.
It ought to make life much easier all round...
Nerves are frayed all round.
PHRASE (在脑海里)萦绕，挥之不去 If you say that something is going round and round in your head, you mean that you can't stop thinking about it.
It all keeps going round and round in my head till I don't know where I am.
PHRASE 全年;一年到头 If something happens all year round, it happens throughout the year.
Many of these plants are evergreen, so you can enjoy them all year round...
It's a treat to be enjoyed all the year round.
NOUN USES 名词用法
N-COUNT 一连串，一系列，一轮(相关的事件，尤指相继发生的事件) A round of events is a series of related events, especially one which comes after or before a similar series of events.
It was agreed that another round of preliminary talks would be held in Peking...
This is the latest round of job cuts aimed at making the company more competitive...
N-COUNT (比赛的)轮，局，场 In sport, a round is a series of games in a competition. The winners of these games go on to play in the next round, and so on, until only one player or team is left.
...in the third round of the Pilkington Cup...
After round three, two Americans share the lead.
N-COUNT (拳击、摔跤比赛的)回合 In a boxing or wrestling match, a round is one of the periods during which the boxers or wrestlers fight.
He was declared the victor in the 11th round...
Gibson's left eye is completely closed before the end of round one.
N-COUNT (高尔夫球赛的)一场 A round of golf is one game, usually including 18 holes.
...two rounds of golf...
Ronan Rafferty shot six birdies in a round of 67.
N-COUNT 圆形物 A round is a circular shape.
...small fresh rounds of goats' cheese...
A cucumber was sliced into rounds.
N-COUNT 一片(面包)；一个（三明治） A round of bread is a slice of bread. A round of sandwiches is a sandwich made from two slices of bread.
...four rounds of toast.
N-COUNT 四处拜访;到处走访 If you do your rounds or your round, you make a series of visits to different places or people, for example as part of your job.
The consultants still did their morning rounds...
He got out of the car, and carried on with his paper round.
N-COUNT (为在场同伴买的)一巡（饮料） If you buy a round of drinks, you buy a drink for each member of the group of people that you are with.
They sat on the clubhouse terrace, downing a round of drinks...
I think it's my round.
N-COUNT 一发(子弹);一次（射击） A round of ammunition is the bullet or bullets released when a gun is fired.
...firing 1650 rounds of ammunition during a period of ten minutes.
...the use of live rounds of ammunition.
N-COUNT 一阵（掌声） If there is a round of applause, everyone claps their hands to welcome someone or to show that they have enjoyed something.
Sue got a sympathetic round of applause.
N-COUNT 轮唱曲 In music, a round is a simple song sung by several people in which each person sings a different part of the song at the same time.
PHRASE (故事、想法或玩笑)传播，流传，传开 If a story, idea, or joke is going the rounds or doing the rounds, a lot of people have heard it and are telling it to other people.
This story was going the rounds 20 years ago.
PHRASE 到各处去;巡回参观 If you make the rounds or do the rounds, you visit a series of different places.
After school, I had picked up Nick and Ted and made the rounds of the dry cleaner and the grocery store...
We could do the rounds of the galleries.
ADJECTIVE USES 形容词用法
ADJ-GRADED 圆的;圆形的;球形的 Something that is round is shaped like a circle or ball.
She had small feet and hands and a flat, round face.
...the round church known as The New Temple.
ADJ-GRADED (眼睛)瞪圆的，圆睁的 If someone has round eyes, their eyes are open wide, for example because they are surprised, excited, or afraid.
The boy sucked his thumb and stared at Hebburn with huge, round eyes.
ADJ 整数的，不计尾数的(以10的倍数表示) A round number is a multiple of 10, 100, 1000, and so on. Round numbers are used instead of precise ones to give the general idea of a quantity or proportion.
A million pounds seemed a suitably round number.
The money goes into the team pool, which this summer, in round figures, has now reached £18,000.
VERB USES 动词用法
VERB 绕过;绕行;绕道 If you round a place or obstacle, you move in a curve past the edge or corner of it.
The house disappeared from sight as we rounded a corner...
After rounding Cape Finisterre the boats ride the north-easterly trades.
VERB 取整;四舍五入 If you round an amount up or down, or if you round it off, you change it to the nearest whole number or nearest multiple of 10, 100, 1000 and so on.
We needed to do decimals to round up and round down numbers...
The fraction was then multiplied by 100 and rounded to the nearest half or whole number...