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Pronunciation of Round: Learn how to pronounce Round in English correctly

Learn how to say Round correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word round:

1shaped like a circle or cylinder:
she was seated at a small, round table
having a curved shape like part of the circumference of a circle:
round brackets
(of a person’s shoulders) bent forward from the line of the back.
2shaped like a sphere:
a round glass ball
the grapes are small and round
(of a person’s body) plump:
he could move quickly despite his round physique
having a curved surface with no sharp projections:
the boulders look round and smooth
3(of a voice) rich and mellow; not harsh:
his rich, round voice went down well with the listeners
4 [attributive] (of a number) expressed in convenient units rather than exactly, for example to the nearest whole number or multiple of ten:
the size of the fleet is given in round numbers
used to show that a figure has been completely and exactly reached:
the batsman made a round 100
a round dozen
archaic (of a sum of money) considerable:
his business is worth a round sum to me
5not omitting or disguising anything; frank:
she berated him in good round terms
1a circular piece of something:
cut the pastry into rounds
a thick disc of beef cut from the haunch as a joint.
2an act of visiting a number of people or places in turn:
she did the rounds of her family to say goodbye
a regular tour of inspection in which the well-being of those visited is checked:
the doctor is just making his rounds in the wards
chiefly British a journey along a fixed route delivering goods as part of one’s job or a job involving such journeys:
I did a newspaper round
3each of a sequence of sessions in a process, typically characterized by development between one session and another:
the two sides held three rounds of talks
a division of a contest such as a boxing or wrestling match.
each of a succession of stages in a competition, in each of which more candidates are eliminated:
the FA Cup first round
an act of playing all the holes in a golf course once:
Eileen enjoys the occasional round of golf
4a regularly recurring sequence of activities:
their lives were a daily round of housework and laundry
a set of drinks bought for all the members of a group, typically as part of a sequence in which each member in turn buys such a set:
it’s my round
5 Music a song for three or more unaccompanied voices or parts, each singing the same theme but starting one after another, at the same pitch or in octaves; a simple canon.
6British a slice of bread:
two rounds of toast
the quantity of sandwiches made from two slices of bread.
7the amount of ammunition needed to fire one shot:
the gun can fire 30 rounds a second
Archery a fixed number of arrows shot from a fixed distance.