come round

verb
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of come round

intransitive verb
1 : to change direction
2 : to return to a former condition; especially : come to 1
3 : to accede to a particular opinion or course of action
  • you'll come round to our side eventually

Examples of come round in a Sentence

  1. the medic waved smelling salts under his nose until he came round

  2. she's cool to the idea right now, but sooner or later she'll come round

First Known Use of come round

1625

come round Synonyms

Synonyms
come around, come to, revive
Antonyms
dissent
Related Words
pull through, rally, recover; awake, awaken, wake up
Near Antonyms
black out, faint, pass out


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