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round·ly

 (round′lē)
adv.
1. In the form of a circle or sphere.
2. With full force or vigor; thoroughly: applauded roundly; was roundly criticized.

roundly

(ˈraʊndlɪ)
adv
1. frankly, bluntly, or thoroughly: to be roundly criticized.
2. in a round manner or so as to be round

round•ly

(ˈraʊnd li)

adv.
1. in a round manner.
2. vigorously or briskly.
3. outspokenly, severely, or unsparingly.
4. completely or fully.
5. in round numbers or in a vague or general way.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.roundly - in a round manner; "she was roundly slim"
2.roundly - in a blunt direct manner; "he spoke bluntly"; "he stated his opinion flat-out"; "he was criticized roundly"

roundly

adverb thoroughly, sharply, severely, bitterly, fiercely, bluntly, intensely, violently, vehemently, rigorously, outspokenly, frankly They have roundly condemned the shooting.
Translations
بِوُضوح، بِوَقاحَه
hruběpřímo
grundigt
afdráttarlaust, ruddalega
kabacaşiddetle

roundly

[ˈraʊndlɪ] ADV [condemn, criticize] → duramente; [reject, deny] → categóricamente, rotundamente
he was roundly defeated in the electionsufrió una derrota aplastante en las elecciones

roundly

[ˈraʊndli] adv [condemned, criticized, booed] → vertement; [defeated] → nettement
to be roundly criticized → être vertement critiqué(e)round-robin [ˌraʊndˈrɒbɪn] n (SPORT) (also round-robin tournament) → tournoi m toutes rondesround-shouldered [ˌraʊndˈʃəʊldərd] adjvoûté(e)round table round-table, roundtable [ˌraʊndˈteɪbəl] n (= conference) → table f ronderound-table discussion ntable f ronderound-the-clock [ˌraʊndðəˈklɒk] adj24 heures sur 24round trip nvoyage m aller et retourround trip ticket round-trip ticket nbillet m aller-retour

roundly

adv condemn, criticizerundum; rejectrundweg, rundheraus; defeatklar, eindeutig

roundly

[ˈraʊndlɪ] adv (say, tell) → chiaro e tondo; (condemn) → senza mezzi termini
I cursed him roundly → gliene ho dette di tutti i colori

round

(raund) adjective
1. shaped like a circle or globe. a round hole; a round stone; This plate isn't quite round.
2. rather fat; plump. a round face.
adverb
1. in the opposite direction. He turned round.
2. in a circle. They all stood round and listened; A wheel goes round; All (the) year round.
3. from one person to another. They passed the letter round; The news went round.
4. from place to place. We drove round for a while.
5. in circumference. The tree measured two metres round.
6. to a particular place, usually a person's home. Are you coming round (to our house) tonight?
preposition
1. on all sides of. There was a wall round the garden; He looked round the room.
2. passing all sides of (and returning to the starting-place). They ran round the tree.
3. changing direction at. He came round the corner.
4. in or to all parts of. The news spread all round the town.
noun
1. a complete circuit. a round of drinks (= one for everyone present); a round of golf.
2. a regular journey one takes to do one's work. a postman's round.
3. a burst of cheering, shooting etc. They gave him a round of applause; The soldier fired several rounds.
4. a single bullet, shell etc. five hundred rounds of ammunition.
5. a stage in a competition etc. The winners of the first round will go through to the next.
6. a type of song sung by several singers singing the same tune starting in succession.
verb
to go round. The car rounded the corner.
ˈrounded adjective
curved; like part of the line forming a circle. a rounded arch.
ˈroundly adverb
plainly; rudely. He rebuked her roundly.
ˈroundness noun
rounds noun plural
a doctor's visits to his patients. The doctor is (out) on his rounds.
ˈall-round adjective
complete. It was an all-round success.
ˌall-ˈrounder noun
a person who has a talent for several different kinds of work, sport etc, or who can play in any position in a game.
ˈroundabout noun
1. a revolving machine on which one can ride for pleasure; a merry-go-round.
2. a circular piece of ground where several roads meet, and round which traffic must travel.
adjective
not direct. a roundabout route.
round figures/numbers
the nearest convenient or easily remembered numbers. Tell me the cost in round figures (ie $20 rather than $19.87).
ˌround-ˈshouldered adjective
with stooping shoulders.
round trip
1. (American) a journey to a place and back again (round-trip ticket a ticket for such a journey).
2. a trip to several places and back, taking a circular route.
all round
surrounding. There were people all round him.
round about
1. surrounding. She sat with her children round about her.
2. near. There are not many houses round about.
3. approximately. There must have been round about a thousand people there.
round off
1. to make something smooth etc. He rounded off the sharp corners with a file.
2. to complete successfully. He rounded off his career by becoming president.
round on
to turn to face (a person) suddenly, especially angrily.
round up to collect together: The farmer rounded up the sheep ( ˈround-up) noun
References in classic literature ?
For eight-and-forty hours let me charter your ship --I will gladly pay for it, and roundly pay for it --if there be no other way --for eight-and-forty hours only --only that --you must, oh, you must, and you shall do this thing.
It does not look reasonable, but it is roundly asserted and maintained, nevertheless; I am sure of one thing--scars are plenty enough in Germany, among the young men; and very grim ones they are, too.
He was accused of having a delightful voice, and a perfect knowledge of music; which was properly denied; and that he knew nothing of the matter, and had no voice at all, roundly asserted.
The whole conversation ran on the breakfast, which one and all abused roundly.
She shows a morbid distrust of writing her name at the bottom of any document which I present to her, and roundly declares she will sign nothing.
Two of the outlaws, taking up their quarter-staves, and desiring Gurth to follow close in the rear, walked roundly forward along a by-path, which traversed the thicket and the broken ground adjacent to it.
Silver was roundly accused of playing double--of trying to make a separate peace for himself, of sacrificing the interests of his accomplices and victims, and, in one word, of the identical, exact thing that he was doing.
In politics he was a Tory, except when the Tories were in office, during which period he roundly abused them for being a pack of Radicals.
When night came without him she felt in despair and abused the talisman and its maker roundly.
Whereupon his mother became very angry, and abused him roundly.
Or of how I roundly swore it That there's none so fair as thou; True it is, but as I said it, By the girls I'm hated now.
Thus roundly did they rate one another on the smooth pavement in front of the doorway, {149} and when Antinous saw what was going on he laughed heartily and said to the others, "This is the finest sport that you ever saw; heaven never yet sent anything like it into this house.