Get around - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɡet əˈraʊnd|
Brit.  |ˈɡet əˈraʊnd|
- be released or become known; of news (syn: break, get out)
- avoid something unpleasant or laborious (syn: bypass, go around, short- circuit)
- be a social swinger; socialize a lot (syn: swing)
- move around; move from place to place (syn: get about)
How does she get around without a car?

Examples

...somehow she managed to get around the rules for paying the sales tax on a car bought out of state...

When are you going to get round to our house?

Do get your new boyfriend round to see us.

Stories have been getting round concerning the government's secret intentions.

How does she get around without a car?

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