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    coming around

    Does this "come around" mean a periodic(regular) visit or just the act of coming?

    17)Captain : Flight attendants will be coming around with a beverage cart in just a few minutes...

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    Re: coming around

    not a teacher

    It is the single act of coming around to everybody with the cart. It will occur after a few minutes have passed.

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