(US all around)
- 1In all respects: it was a bad day all round [as modifier]: a man of all-round abilityMore example sentences
- Indeed I don't think any of us emerged with any credit on a day which we will have to write off as a bad experience all round.
- But that was a bad day all round and we never got going, it was backs to the wall the whole time.
- It is by far the best all round sport and can be done by people of all abilities, young or old.
- 2For or by each person: drinks all roundMore example sentences
- Satisfied and with a newly acquired tan we also indulged in pitchers of drinks all round and some photo taking.
- Now it was our turn, with big smiles and handshakes all round as we went through the final safety briefs.
- This was truly a magnificent display of power rugby by the team and indeed a superb all round team effort.
More definitions of all roundDefinition of all round in:
- The US English dictionary