(third-person singular simple present comes round, present participle coming round, simple past came round, past participle come round)
- To change direction.
- To change one's opinion to a prevailing one.
- I'll explain it again, and maybe he'll come round to my way of thinking.
- He's a reasonable man. I knew he'd come round eventually.
- To return to a former condition.
- To visit someone's home or other regular place.
- Would you like to come round for dinner tonight?
- What day does the garbage man come round?
- come around