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round off

[′rau̇n‚dȯf]
(mathematics)
To truncate the least significant digit or digits of a numeral, and adjust the remaining numeral to be as close as possible to the original number.

round off

The act of holding an aircraft parallel to the ground and at a very low height above the ground when landing.
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Especially follows the speed of corbet of the lower train following the end of the round off.
And for the next time-step the round off error is estimated as
HEADLINING Simple Minds will round off year in Edinburgh
SWEET MUSIC: Tim Healy and his wife Denise Welch perform a duet of I Got You Babe to round off the evening PICTURES: LEWIS ARNOLD AND EMILY BARBER www.chroniclelive.co.uk/buyaphoto ref: 01411528
Instead, an angled cut is made on the bottom edge of the mainspring housing to round off the corner."
To round off a bleak day for Stenny Joe McAlpine was booked twice within two minutes for fouls.
They then had the honour of receiving the prestigious Victoria Trophy from the Sheriff of Nottingham to round off a superb day.
Press your waist into the floor, allowing most of your shoulder blades to round off the floor.
Round off the edges and paint the board to prevent splinters.
''It would be easier to gain consumers' understanding and pass on the 10 yen flat to product prices, because we would have to round off those higher prices with decimal places stemming from the tax rise to the nearest whole number,'' the official said.
Restaurants and hairdressers are reportedly suspected of increasing prices too much and some complaints also concern the way some shops round off the prices on the receipts.
When he involves the dancers in a work derived from contact improvisation, he knows how to round off the found shapes, how to give them rhythm and momentum.