go round

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

  1. To physically swirl or rotate.
  2. To rotate, to move in a circle.
  3. To go around the side of sth., to bypass something.
  4. To circumvent or to outmanoeuvre someone.
  5. To evade sth.
  6. (fig.) To circulate, to move aimlessly but ghostly (threateningly and invisibly).
  7. To pass around, to circulate sth.
  8. To be sufficient to be shared, to be enough for everyone.
  9. To go to another person's home or a public event.
  10. To live behaving in a certain way, doing something regularly (followed by specification)

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