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roundhouse a round building with a turntable inside where trains are repaired and stored.
round number a number given in terms of the nearest whole number, or given in the nearest tens, hundreds, or the like. The number 50 is a round number for 47.
round out to make complete or perfect.
round trip a trip to a given place and then back to the starting point.
roundup the act of driving cattle together for branding or shipping to market. [3 definitions]
round up to bring together; collect.
rouse to waken from sleep or a state similar to sleep. [3 definitions]
rout1 a confused retreat of troops after they have been beaten. [4 definitions]
rout2 to root about with the snout. [3 definitions]
route a particular way of getting from one place to another; course. [4 definitions]
routine a regular course of action. [3 definitions]
routinely regularly; habitually.
row1 things or people arranged in a straight line. [3 definitions]
row2 to cause a boat to move forward using oars. [2 definitions]
row3 a loud quarrel or fight.
rowboat a boat that is moved by oars.
royal of or having to do with a king or queen, or any members of their family. [2 definitions]
royalty a member of a royal family; royal persons as a group. [3 definitions]
RR abbreviation of "railroad," all the trains, tracks, and equipment that make up a rail transportation system. [2 definitions]
rte. abbreviation of "route."
rub to use pressure on (a surface) with a back and forth motion. [5 definitions]