come round

come round
intransitive verb
1) (make informal visit) vorbeischauen
2) (recover) wieder zu sich kommen
3) (be converted) es sich [anders] (Dat.) überlegen

he came round to my way of thinking — er hat sich meiner Auffassung (Dat.) angeschlossen

4) (recur)

Christmas comes round again — wir haben wieder Weihnachten

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1) ((also come around) to visit: Come round and see us soon.) vorbeikommen
2) (to regain consciousness: After receiving anesthesia, don't expect to come round for at least twenty minutes.) wieder zu sich kommen
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come round
vi esp BRIT, AUS
1. (visit sb's home) vorbeikommen, vorbeischauen
2. (regain consciousness) [wieder] zu sich dat kommen
to \come round round from [the] anaesthetic aus der Narkose erwachen
3. (change one's mind) seine Meinung ändern, es sich dat anders überlegen
to \come round round to sb's point of view/way of thinking sich akk jds Standpunkt/Auffassung anschließen
4. (recur, arrive) a holiday, party, month kommen; memo, letter hereinkommen
our party is coming round soon bald ist ja unsere Party!
by the time January \come rounds round, I expect to be engaged ich denke, im Januar werde ich bereits verlobt sein
Christmas only \come rounds round once a year Weihnachten ist nur einmal im Jahr
I hope to be teaching by the time the spring semester \come rounds round ich hoffe, dass ich unterrichten werde, wenn das Sommersemester beginnt
5. (calm down) wieder vernünftig werden, sich akk wieder beruhigen
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come round v/i
1. vorbeikommen (to bei) (Besucher)
2. wiederkehren (Fest, Zeitabschnitt)
3. come round to sb’s way of thinking sich zu jemandes Meinung bekehren
4. a) wieder zu sich kommen, das Bewusstsein wiedererlangen
b) aus der Narkose aufwachen
c) sich erholen
5. a) sich wieder beruhigen
b) sich wieder vertragen
6. come round to doing sth dazu kommen, etwas zu tun
* * *
intransitive verb
1) (make informal visit) vorbeischauen
2) (recover) wieder zu sich kommen
3) (be converted) es sich [anders] (Dat.) überlegen

he came round to my way of thinking — er hat sich meiner Auffassung (Dat.) angeschlossen

4) (recur)

Christmas comes round again — wir haben wieder Weihnachten


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