[goh-round] /ˈgoʊˌraʊnd/

(defs 2, 3).

“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.


A turn; a repetition: That was nice. Let’s have another go-round (1960s+)


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