Roundabout



adjective
1.
circuitous or indirect, as a road, journey, method, statement or person.
2.
(of clothing) cut circularly at the bottom; having no tails, train, or the like.
noun
3.
a short, close-fitting coat or jacket worn by men or boys, especially in the 19th century.
4.
British. a merry-go-round.
5.
a circuitous or indirect road, method, etc.
6.
Chiefly British. traffic circle.
noun
1.
(Brit) a revolving circular platform provided with wooden animals, seats, etc, on which people ride for amusement; merry-go-round
2.
a road junction in which traffic streams circulate around a central island US and Canadian name traffic circle
3.
an informal name for boring mill
adjective
4.
indirect or circuitous; devious
adverb, preposition
5.
on all sides: spectators standing round about
6.
approximately: at round about 5 o’clock

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