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    • Join Date: May 2008
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    on and around

    Hello!
    Does "on and around" mean the same as "all over"?
    Thank you!!


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
    • Posts: 19,434
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    Re: on and around

    Quote Originally Posted by veronica View Post
    Hello!
    Does "on and around" mean the same as "all over"?
    Thank you!!
    Welcome to the forums.

    Full context would be a help, but "on or around" would usually imply around some point >> The elections will take place on or around 21st June. [The final date is not settled, but this is the point around which they will take place]

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