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Definition of come round phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

come round

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb Operations
 
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  1. 1  (also come to) to become conscious again Your mother hasn't yet come round from the anaesthetic. See related entries: Operations
  2. 2(of a date or a regular event) to happen again My birthday seems to come around quicker every year. See related entries: Operations

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 to come to a place, especially somebody’s house, to visit for a short time Do come around and see us some time.

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to change your mood or your opinion He'll never come round to our way of thinking.

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(British English) = come around/round