[Unix] To temporarily enter root mode in order to perform a privileged operation. This use is deprecated in Australia, where the verb “root” refers to animal sex. See su.
[goh-round] /ˈgoʊˌraʊnd/ noun 1. (defs 2, 3). n. “act of going around,” originally especially “a merry-go-round,” 1886, from go (v.) + round (adv.). Figurative sense of “argument, bout, fight,” etc. is from 1891. noun A turn; a repetition: That was nice. Let’s have another go-round (1960s+)
- Go round and round
verb phrase To quarrel; squabble; fight: They went round and round on the same issues for hours [1970s+; go-round, ”a fight,” is found by 1891]
[goh-round] /ˈgoʊˌraʊnd/ noun 1. (defs 2, 3). [round] /raʊnd/ adjective, rounder, roundest. 1. having a flat, circular surface, as a disk. 2. ring-shaped, as a hoop. 3. curved like part of a circle, as an outline. 4. having a circular cross section, as a cylinder; cylindrical. 5. spherical or globular, as a ball. 6. shaped […]
[gawrp] /gɔrp/ noun, Informal. 1. a mixture of nuts, raisins, dried fruits, seeds, or the like eaten as a high-energy snack, as by hikers and climbers. verb To eat greedily; gobble, gorm [1940s+; probably fr British gawp up, ”to devour”] noun A food mixture of dried fruit, nuts, and seeds, consumed esp by hikers, alpinists, […]