Phrasal Verb: Get around

Phrasal Verb: Get around


Meaning: Become known

Example: It didn't take long for the news to GET AROUND once it got into the newspapers.

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Phrasal Verb: Get around


Meaning: Visit many different places

Example: He GETS AROUND a lot- he's always flying somewhere different.

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Meaning: Walk or go to places

Example: He's finding it hard to GET AROUND since the operation and spends most of his time at home.

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Meaning: Avoid a problem

Example: It'll be tricky, but we will find a way to GET AROUND the regulations.

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Meaning: Persuade, convince

Example: She didn't want to accept my application because it was late, but I managed to GET AROUND her.

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Meaning: Have personal or sexual relationships with many people

Example: He GETS AROUND a bit; he's always with some new girlfriend.

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