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surround

  

      vb   tr  
1    to encircle or enclose or cause to be encircled or enclosed  
2    to deploy forces on all sides of (a place or military formation), so preventing access or retreat  
3    to exist around  
I dislike the people who surround her     
      n  
4      (Chiefly Brit)   a border, esp. the area of uncovered floor between the walls of a room and the carpet or around an opening or panel  
5      (Chiefly U.S.)  
a    a method of capturing wild beasts by encircling the area in which they are believed to be  
b    the area so encircled  
     (C15 surrounden to overflow, from Old French suronder, from Late Latin superundare, from Latin super- + undare to abound, from unda a wave)  
  surrounding      adj  


surround sound  
      n   a system of sound recording and reproduction that uses three or more independent recording channels and loudspeakers in order to give the impression that the listener is surrounded by the sound sources  
   Compare       quadraphonics  
  
See also  
    ambisonics  
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surround

  
1    close in on, encircle, enclose, encompass, envelop, environ, enwreath, fence in, girdle, hem in, ring  
2      (Military)   beset, besiege, invest     (rare)   lay siege to  

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