surround


surround
01. They bought a beautiful little cabin which is [surrounded] by trees, and sits beside a nice little lake for swimming.
02. The police [surrounded] the house, but the criminal was somehow able to escape.
03. The famous actor was [surrounded] by his fans.
04. The town is [surrounded] by hills.
05. I am fortunate to be [surrounded] by wonderful friends.
06. American troops have [surrounded] the building where the terrorists are believed to be hiding.
07. The gardens are [surrounded] by a high chainlink fence.
08. The Buddha stated that if a man's mind becomes pure, his [surroundings] will also become pure.
09. Sally Koch once remarked that great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones [surround] us every day.
10. Charles Hanson Towne remarked that we do not really live unless we have friends [surrounding] us, like a firm wall against the winds of the world.
11. The brain is [surrounded] by a membrane containing veins and arteries.
12. Frogs do not drink, but absorb water from their [surroundings] through their skin.
13. The primary purpose of growing rice in flooded paddies is to drown the weeds [surrounding] the young seedlings.
14. In Italy, steam from active volcanoes supplies heat and power to [surrounding] areas.
15. When driving, if you drive much slower than the [surrounding] traffic, other drivers might get frustrated, and try to pass you.
16. Marajo Island in Brazil is the world's largest island [surrounded] by fresh water.
17. The [surroundings] of all living things affect their development.
18. It is sometimes possible to figure out the meaning of new vocabulary by looking at the words which [surround] it.
19. Being [surrounded] by sea, the fishing industry is very important to Indonesia.
20. The center of the planet earth is believed to consist of two distinct parts, with a liquid outer core [surrounding] a solid inner core.

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  • surround — surround, *environ, encircle, circle, encompass, compass, hem, gird, girdle, ring can mean to close in or as if in a ring about something. Surround is a general term without specific connotations; it implies enclosure as if by a circle or a ring… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Surround — Sur*round , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Surrounded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Surrounding}.] [OF. suronder to overflow, LL. superundare; fr. L. super over + undare to rise in waves, overflow, fr. unda wave. The English sense is due to the influence of E. round …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • surround — index border (bound), circumscribe (surround by boundary), contain (enclose), delimit, detain (hold in custody) …   Law dictionary

  • surround — [sə round′] vt. [ME surrounden, altered (as if < sur ,SUR 1 + round) < surunden, to overflow < OFr suronder < LL superundare < L super (see SUPER ) + undare, to move in waves, rise < unda, a wave (see WATER)] 1. to cause to be… …   English World dictionary

  • Surround — Sur*round , n. A method of hunting some animals, as the buffalo, by surrounding a herd, and driving them over a precipice, into a ravine, etc. [U.S.] Baird. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • surround — early 15c., to flood, overflow, from M.Fr. soronder to overflow, abound, surpass, dominate, from L.L. superundare overflow, from L. super over (see SUPER (Cf. super )) + undare to flow in waves, from unda wave (see WATER (Cf …   Etymology dictionary

  • surround — [v] enclose, encircle something beleaguer, beset, besiege, blockade, border, bound, box in, circle, circumscribe, circumvent, close around, close in, close in on, compass, confine, edge, enclave, encompass, envelop, environ, fence in, fringe,… …   New thesaurus

  • surround — ► VERB 1) be all round; encircle. 2) be associated with. ► NOUN 1) a border or edging. 2) (surrounds) surroundings. ORIGIN originally in the sense «overflow»: from Latin superundare, from undare to flow …   English terms dictionary

  • Surround — Dolby Logo de Dolby Personnages clés Ray Dolby, Chairman Siège social San Francisco …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Surround — El sonido Surround, sonido envolvente o sonido 3D, se refiere al uso de múltiples canales de audio para provocar efectos envolventes a la audiencia, ya sea proveniente de una película o de una banda sonora. Esta tecnología ha llegado hoy a… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Surround — Raumklang ist eine Bezeichnung für Klangaufführungen, die im und für den Raum erzeugt wurden. (engl.: ambience). Erste Raumklangstücke haben dafür mehrere Orchester oder Chöre im Raum an verschiedenen Stellen platziert (siehe Venezianische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia