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round trip

[′rau̇nd ¦trip]
(engineering)
The combined operations of entering and leaving a hole during drilling operations.

round trip

From the source to a destination and back to the source again. See also round tripping.
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CMS said it would amend its 2001 annual report and financial statements for 2000 and 2001 to eliminate the revenue impact of rite round-trip trades.
The review identified round-trip trades, as well as transactions that may have violated affiliate regulations established by FERC and the LPSC.
The company also announced that it had received an informal data request from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding potential round-trip trades of electricity and natural gas.