change round

  1. to place in or adopt a different or opposite position

  1. the act of changing to a different position

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How to use change round in a sentence

  • Thus we shall keep up our hearts, though things do change round us, sometimes mournfully enough.

    Discipline | Charles Kingsley
  • You'll find a big change round Rabbit Creek when you blow in there.

    The Great Gold Rush | W. H. P. (William Henry Pope) Jarvis
  • Also presents are good at our house, and there are enough of us to change round among ourselves if any mistakes do occur.

    Sweethearts at Home | S. R. Crockett