change round meaning
- This is changing Round Rock totally.
- "Over the last couple of decades, so much has changed round here that we have all lost touch with our neighbours.
- Fortunately things changed round again and on 27 February 2001 the team achieved a 2-3 in Nou Camp for the first time in its history while one week later it completely outplayed Real Madrid in Riazor.
- The presence of Dell along with other major employers, a strong economic development program, favorable tax rates, and major retailers such as IKEA and a La Frontera center, have changed Round Rock from a sleepy bedroom community into its own self-contained " super suburb ."
- For three years from 1988, he lived in a Notting Hill flat ( rented from publisher friend Margaret Busby ) : " I brought the first draft of The Famished Road with me and that flat was where I began rewriting it . . . . Something about my writing changed round about that time.