IN MATH: 1. v. to give a number which is easier to work with but which is less accurate. 2. v. "round off"; to provide accuracy of measurement by consideration of original ac curacy of all measurements. EX. Round to the nearest hundred: 498.

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. smooth; curved. EX. Some people are more round than others.

APPLICATION: See list 0.

1. Round to the nearest hundred: 498.

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