Definition of round-up noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



    BrE BrE//ˈraʊnd ʌp//
    ; NAmE NAmE//ˈraʊnd ʌp//
    [usually singular] Journalism
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  1. 1a summary of the most important points of a particular subject, especially the news We'll be back after the break with a round-up of today's other stories. a news round-up This week’s issue includes a round-up of the latest record releases. See related entries: Journalism
  2. 2an act of bringing people or animals together in one place for a particular purpose the round-up of sheep for shearing The police carried out their usual round-up of Saturday night drunks.

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