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daily grindThe difficult, routine, or monotonous tasks of daily work.
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come roundTo make a regular circuit.
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round outTo make more complete by adding details.
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ask roundTo enquire about something to different people.
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bring roundTo resuscitate; to cause to regain consciousness.
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ring roundTo call a number of people by phone, usually a circle of friends, to organise something.
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round offTo change the shape of an object to make it more circular.
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round upTo the smallest integer that is not less than it, or to some other greater value, especially a whole number of hundreds, thousands, etc.
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bring roundTo bring something when coming.
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come roundTo recover consciousness.
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round downTo the greatest integer that is not greater than it, or to some other lower value, especially a whole number of hundreds, thousands, etc.
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round offTo complete or finish something.
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round upTogether.
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ask roundTo invite someone to your house.
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come roundTo change one's opinion.
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come roundTo cease anger or hostility.
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round offTo change a number into an approximation having fewer significant digits.
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round of applauseAn outburst of clapping among a group or audience. Often asked for by the Master of Ceremonies at a concert or other performance.
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round the bendCrazy, mad or insane.
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round the clockNonstop, 24 hours per day.
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go round in circlesTo repeatedly do the same thing; without making any progress.
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and changeAnd some quantity, but less than the increment to the next round number.
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barrelA round vessel or cask, of greater length than breadth, and bulging in the middle, made of staves bound with hoops, and having flat ends or heads. Sometimes applied to a similar cylindrical container made of metal, usually called a drum.
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brickbatReason Magazine: Daily Brickbat[1].
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day and nightAll the time; round the clock; unceasingly.
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day in, day outEvery day; daily; constantly or continuously; especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous.
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garbage in, garbage out(computing, information technology) If input data is not complete, accurate, and timely, then the resulting output is unreliable and of no useful value.1963, Raymond Crowley, "Robot Tax Collector Seeks Indications of 'Fudging'," Times Daily (Alabama, USA), 1 April (retrieved 26 July 2010):Officials explained that the quality of the computer's work depends on the quality of the data fed into it. Neil Hoke, administrative assistant to Stewart, quoted an adage of computer men: "Garbage in, garbage out."2008, Roger K. Lewis, "'In Architectural Design, Brains and Talent Trump the Best Software," Washington Post, 19 July (retrieved 26 July 2010):The old caveat "GIGO"
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head scratcherDecember 2007, W:Daily News Tribune - Golden Globes nominations a head-scratcher.
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hole in oneA round that is completed by sinking the ball in a single shot or attempt, with one hit.
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jump offTo participate in the final round of an equestrian showjumping event.
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little pitchers have big earsSmall children often overhear more of what is said than adults realize or desire.1844, Charlotte M. Yonge, Abbeychurch, ch. 2:Seeing me listening to something she was saying to Mamma, she turned round upon me with that odious proverb, "Little pitchers have long ears."1939, "Bedtime Bedlam," Time, 17 Apr.:A caution to U. S. parents, but a joy to radio merchandising, is the dread truth that little pitchers have big ears.2002, Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, ISBN 9780743455961, p. 185:I suppose he might say pushed or went woowoo, but took a shit is, I fear, very much in the ballpark (little pitchers have big ears, after all).
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there and backOne or for a round trip journey, literal or figurative.
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under the gunThe first player to act on the first round of betting in Texas hold 'em.
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