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tr.v. un·round·ed, un·round·ing, un·rounds
To pronounce (a sound) with the lips in a flattened or neutral position.
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(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics articulated with the lips spread; not rounded
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(ʌnˈraʊn dɪd)

(of a vowel) pronounced without rounding the lips, as the vowel of bit.
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adj (Phon) → ungerundet
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(4) Compared with same period of preceding year; all percentages are calculated unrounded totals.
Percentage change in population is calculated based on the unrounded population.
Note: All ratios and percentage changes in this document are based on unrounded numbers.
But the unrounded figure is 3.75 percent, the lowest since December 1969.
The first examined the unrounded LoD (<2.3 ng/L) rather than the rounded value of <2 ng/L.
Lip position (rounded, unrounded, spread lips) can not be directly illustrated in this space, but lip position is connected to the idea of a vowel being perceived as darker or brighter, and a rounded vowel will be located more to the right in the vowel space than an unrounded equivalent, as vowel qualities are darker the further back in the space they are located.
2016 results for each category are rounded to the nearest percentage; the year-over-year change column is calculated based on unrounded actual results.
This exchange ratio was based on the relative net asset values, on an unrounded basis, of Energy Indexplus and Global Infrastructure Fund as at the close of trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange on 16 June.
The requirement of the inclusion of the family in the formulation of the patient-centered medical home may provide the impetus for a full realization of the "unrounded comers" version of Don's vision.
The unemployment rate was unchanged at 5.5 percent (unrounded 5.4651), but the details were not encouraging.
Possibly, there's some deeper meaning about families, or the relationship between fathers and daughters, or the ghosts of our past catching up with us, but the characters are so cliched and unrounded that you don't really care.