Idioms

round out (something) or round (something) out
to finish something by doing something special
We rounded out the celebration with a meal in a restaurant.
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  • round up (someone or something) or round (someone or something) up
  • round-robin letter
  • round-robin meeting/discussion/debate
  • round-robin tournament/contest
  • round-trip ticket
  • royal treatment
  • rub (someone's) nose in it
  • rub (someone) the wrong way
  • rub (something) off or rub off (something)
  • rub elbows/shoulders with (someone)
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  • given to understand (something)
  • sit back and let (something) happen
  • have (something) hanging over one's head
  • the time of one`s life
  • halfhearted about (someone or something)
  • get out of (something)
  • take one`s hat off to (someone)
  • in storage
  • beyond a shadow of a doubt
  • pick on (someone)

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