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all (a)round

1. In every way. I think this is a fine group of candidates all round.
2. For each individual person. Because we won the bar's contest, we get free appetizers all round!
See also: all

all round

1 in all respects. 2 for or by each person.
See also: all, round

all ˈround

(British English) (American English all aˈround)
1 in every way; in all respects: a good performance all round
2 for each person: She bought drinks all round.
See also: all, round
References in classic literature ?
The privileged persons who had duties to perform within the inclosure, looked all round it; and disappeared one after another.
Sir Patrick turned from the rows of eager faces all round him to his friend the surgeon.
A new burst of hand-clapping rattled all round the arena.
He was so small that he could not reach up to the branches of the tree, and he was wandering all round it, crying bitterly.
All semi final and final recorded by World Taekwon Do Federation have been watched on DVD and they have been analysed as all techniques used in all rounds and their numeric values according to a competition liner developed by researchers.