Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center: a round ball. Moving in or forming a circle. Shaped like a cylinder; cylindrical. Rather rounded in shape: the child's round face. Full in physique; plump: a round figure. Linguistics Formed or articulated with the lips in a rounded shape: a round vowel. Full in tone; sonorous. Whole or complete; full: a round dozen. Mathematics Expressed or designated as a whole number or integer; not fractional. Not exact; approximate: a round estimate. Large; considerable: a round sum of money. Brought to satisfactory conclusion or completion; finished. Outspoken; blunt: a round scolding. Done with full force; unrestrained: gave me a round thrashing. Something, such as a circle, disk, globe, or ring, that is round. A circle formed of various things. Movement around a circle or about an axis. A rung or crossbar, as one on a ladder or chair. A cut of beef from the part of the thigh between the rump and the shank. An assembly of people; a group. A round dance. A complete course, succession, or series: a round of parties; a round of negotiations. A course of customary or prescribed actions, duties, or places. Often used in the plural: physicians' rounds. A complete range or extent. One drink for each person in a gathering or group: Let me buy the next round.