A handspring in which the body twists around to land with both feet facing backwards relative to the start.
Relating to or resulting from numerical approximation by rounding.
(third-person singular simple present rounds off, present participle rounding off, simple past and past participle rounded off)
- To change the shape of an object to make it more circular.
- (mathematics) To change a number into an approximation having fewer significant digits.
- Round off 15.4 to 15, round off 15.51 to 15.5 or to 16, round off 0.499 to 0, and round off 970,000 to 1 million.
- "This product contains no PCBs" is a typical commercial distortion if it actually contains 0.498 of the measurement unit, rounded off to "0"
- To complete or finish something.
- round-off error
- round to (the nearest)
- round down
- round out
- round up