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To change the shape of an object to make it more circular.
(mathematics) To change a number into an approximation having fewer significant digits.
To complete or finish something.
The little feelers at the front of this ladies silver jewelry item round-off a delightful brooch.
To round off the day's event, tea was served in the viewing gallery.
Each night 50 or 60 people gathered in the cathedral choir stalls to sing Compline gently to round off a very full day.
Each night 50 or 60 people gathered in the cathedral choir stalls to sing compline gently to round off a very full day.
Five minutes from time Walmer were able to grab a second consolation goal to round off the scoring 7-2.
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