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round (something) out

To add to and complete something, enhancing it in the process. Finally, let's round out the evening with a sunset walk on the beach. The singer's solo rounded out the performance really well.
See also: out, round

round something out

to complete or enhance something. We will round the evening out with dessert at a nice restaurant. They rounded out the meal with dessert.
See also: out, round

round out

1. See round off, def. 2.
2. Grow or develop to a round form, as in The tree was spindly when first planted, but it has since rounded out nicely. [c. 1900]
See also: out, round

round out

v.
To bring some event or achievement to a pleasing conclusion or completeness, especially by enhancing it: This last song will round out our performance for this evening. Let's round the meal out with a glass of wine.
See also: out, round