the driving together of cattle, horses, etc., for inspection, branding, shipping to market, or the like, as in the western U.S.
the people and horses who do this.
the herd so collected.
the gathering together of scattered items or groups of people:
a police roundup of suspects.
a summary, brief listing, or résumé of related facts, figures, or information:
Sunday’s newspaper has a sports roundup giving the final score of every baseball game of the past week.
noun 1. a whitefish, Prosopium cylindraceum, found in northern North America and Siberia, having silvery sides and a dark bronze back.
- Round white potato
noun a type of round potato with a freckled brown skin, good for boiling; also called Katahdin Examples Round white potatoes are also good for roasting and frying. Word Origin cooking
noun 1. a membrane-covered opening in the inner wall of the middle ear that compensates for changes in cochlear pressure. round window n. An opening on the medial wall of the middle ear that leads into the cochlea and is covered by the secondary tympanic membrane. Also called fenestra of cochlea.
noun 1. (forestry) small pieces of timber (about 5–15 cm, or 2–6 in.) in diameter; small logs
noun 1. any nematode, especially Ascaris lumbricoides, that infests the intestine of humans and other mammals. noun 1. any nematode worm, esp Ascaris lumbricoides, a common intestinal parasite of man and pigs roundworm round·worm (round’wûrm’) n. See nematode.