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Definition of go round phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

go round

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb The sun and the moon
 
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Phrasal Verbs
  1. 1  to spin or turn to go round in a circle See related entries: The sun and the moon
  2. 2  to be enough for everyone to have one or some There aren't enough chairs to go around. See related entries: The sun and the moon
  3. 3  (British English also go about) to often be in a particular state or behave in a particular way She often goes around barefoot. go around/round doing something It's unprofessional to go round criticizing your colleagues. See related entries: The sun and the moon
  4. 4(also go about) to spread from person to person There's a rumour going around that they're having an affair. See related entries: The sun and the moon

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 to visit somebody or a place that is near I went round to the post office. I'm going around to my sister's (= her house) later.