go around the houses

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go around the houses (third-person singular simple present goes around the houses, present participle going around the houses, simple past went around the houses, past participle gone around the houses)

  1. (idiomatic) Do something (especially talking) circuitously.

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  • “To go around the houses”, in BBC Learning English[1], BBC, 21 April 2015