Definition of roundup
- a roundup of all suspects
- a roundup of the news
The police ordered a roundup of all the suspects.
Here's a roundup of today's news.
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rounded everyone up for one final training session
: the act or process of gathering together animals (such as cattle) by circling around them in vehicles or on horses
: the act or process of finding and gathering together people or things of the same kind
: a brief statement of the most important information
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to cause to suffer severely from hunger
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