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Around definition, in a circle, ring, or the like; so as to surround a person, group, thing, etc.

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From Middle English around, arounde, from a- (from Old English a- ‎(“on, at”)) + Middle English round ‎(“circle, round”), equivalent to a- +‎ round. Cognate with Scots aroond, aroon ‎(“around”). Displaced earlier Middle English umbe, embe ‎(“around”) (from Old English ymbe ‎(“around”)). See umbe.

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3. In circumference or perimeter: a pond two miles around. 4. In succession or rotation: passed the collection plate around; seasons that rolled around each year.

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"I haven't seen any of them around here," replied the captain. And all the while, my thinking section was going around and around.

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all-around to arse around to ask around ... and we follow them around town with video ... ... how it would move around.... ... the junk that lies around the edges of our...

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A tie is an example of something that goes around one's neck.

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4 a : in rotation or succession <another winter comes around> b : from beginning to end : through <mild the year around> c : in order <the other way around>. 5 : in or to an opposite direction or position...

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there was no one around — никого поблизости не было wait around awhile — подождите немного где-нибудь тут to hang around — околачиваться поблизости, слоняться around here...

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when measured around the outside of a circle: The tree was 40 inches around.

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