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    meaning

    There are so much in danger that they need to see around things before moving ahead.
    Does around refer to see? I mean is it a phrasal verb? Or it refers to things?
    Thanks

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    Re: meaning

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    There are so much in danger that they need to see around things before moving ahead.
    Does around refer to see? I mean is it a phrasal verb? Or it refers to things?
    Thanks
    "To see around" is a phrasal verb.

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