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all-round (adj.)

1728, "everywhere," from all + round (adj.). Meaning "able to do many things well, versatile" is from 1867. Also sometimes all-around. All-rounder is from 1855 as a type of men's collar; 1875 as "person who is good at everything."

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Definitions of all-round

all-round (adj.)
many-sided;
Synonyms: all-around / well-rounded
From wordnet.princeton.edu