all-round

adjective
1) (including or applying to every part, person, thing etc: an all-round pay rise.) splošen
2) (good at all parts of a subject etc: an all-round sportsman.) vsestranski
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[ɔ:lráund]
adjective
vsestranski, mnogostranski, popoln; commerce pavšalen, povprečen
an all-round game — družabna igra
all-round price — cena, ki vključuje tudi dodatne stroške

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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