• Definition for "around"
    • On all sides: dirty garments lying around.
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around definition

  • adverb:
    • On all sides: dirty garments lying around.
    • In close to all sides from all instructions: a field bordered around with tall woods.
    • In a circle or with a circular movement: spun around twice.
    • In circumference or perimeter: a pond two miles around.
    • In succession or rotation: passed away the collection dish around; seasons that rolled around every year.
    • On all sides: dirty garments lying around.
    • In or toward the contrary course or place: wheeled around to manage the assailant.
    • In near to all edges from all directions: a field bordered around with high woods.
    • To or among various places; every now and then: roam around.
    • In a circle or with a circular movement: spun around twice.
    • To a specific destination: Come around once more sometime.
    • In circumference or perimeter: a pond two miles around.
    • In or near one's present area: waited available for another journey.
    • In succession or rotation: passed the collection dish around; seasons that rolled around every year.
    • From the beginning into the end: frigid weather the year around.
    • In or toward the contrary path or place: wheeled around to handle the assailant.
    • about; about: considered around 30 pounds; around $1.3 billion with debt.
    • To or among numerous locations; here and there: wander around.
    • To a specific destination: Come around once again at some point.
    • In or near your existing location: waited around for next journey.
    • right from the start towards end: frigid weather the entire year around.
    • more or less; about: weighed around 30 weight; around $1.3 billion indebted.
    • generally speaking.
    • From place to put, or from place to another
    • Partially or completely rotated, including to face when you look at the opposite way.
    • In a circle; circularly; on every side; round.
    • In a circuit; every now and then in the surrounding space; about.
    • Generally.
    • Near; in area.
    • From spot to place, or in one destination to another
    • partly or completely rotated, including to handle within the opposing way.
    • In a circle; circularly; on every part; round.
    • In a circuit; in some places within the surrounding room; exactly about.
    • Near; in the neighbor hood.
    • in circumference
    • used of action to or among different places or in no certain course
    • to a certain location either specified or comprehended
    • (of amounts) imprecise but fairly near to correct
    • all around or on all sides
    • in a circle or circular movement
    • in circumference
    • in your community or vicinity
    • used of motion to or among a variety of places or perhaps in no specific course
    • from starting to end; throughout
    • to a particular destination either specified or grasped
    • in or even a reversed place or course
    • (of amounts) imprecise but relatively near to correct
    • by a circular or circuitous path
    • all over or on all sides
    • in a circle or circular movement
    • in the area or area
    • from starting to end; throughout
    • in or to a reversed position or way
    • by a circular or circuitous path
  • preposition:
    • On all sides of: woods all over field.
    • such a position on encircle or encircle: a sash around the waistline.
    • Here and there within; throughout: on political stump around the country.
    • In the immediate vicinity of; near: She life around Norfolk.
    • On or even to the further part of: your house just about to happen.
    • On all edges of: trees around the field.
    • So as to pass, sidestep, or prevent: a means around an obstacle; got round the difficulty somehow.
    • such a posture concerning encircle or surround: a sash across the waistline.
    • Approximately at: woke up around seven.
    • occasionally within; throughout: on the political stump across the country.
    • so regarding have a basis or center in: an economy focused around farming and light industry.
    • inside immediate area of; near: She life around Norfolk.
    • On or even the farther part of: the house around the corner.
    • to be able to pass, sidestep, or stay away from: a means around a barrier; got all over difficulty somehow.
    • about at: woke up around seven.
    • determining a circle or sealed bend containing a thing.
    • so regarding have a basis or center in: an economy focused around agriculture and light industry.
    • after the perimeter of a specified area and going back to the kick off point.
    • Following a path which curves near an object, with the item on the inside of the curve
    • Near; in the vicinity of.
    • At different locations in.
    • determining a circle or closed bend containing a thing.
    • Following the perimeter of a specified location and going back to the kick off point.
    • After a path which curves near an object, with the object within the curve
    • Near; near.
    • At numerous locations in.
    • On all sides of; encircling; encompassing; to be able to result in the circuit of; about.
    • in one part to some other of; randomly thru; about; on another part of
    • On all sides of; encircling; encompassing; to be able to result in the circuit of; about.
    • in one part to some other of; at random through; about; on another side of
  • adjective:
    • becoming around: Our old puppy is no longer around.
    • becoming in research; present: expected in the event that store supervisor had been around.
    • becoming around: Our old puppy is not any much longer around.
    • becoming in evidence; present: asked if the store manager was around.
    • Alive; current.
    • Alive; existing.
  • idiom:
    • been around Informal Had numerous and different experiences; been experienced within the methods for the world: a administrator who has been around.
    • been with us Informal Had numerous and different experiences; already been skilled in the means of society: a young exec who has been around.
  • others:
    • In a circle or sphere; round about; on every part: as, a dense mist lay around.
    • From place to place; here and there; about: as, to travel around from city to city. [U. S.]
    • About; near: since, he waited around till the fight ended up being more than. [U. S.]
    • About; on all edges; encircling; encompassing.
    • From place to spot; at random: since, to wander all over nation. [U. S.]
    • In a circle or sphere; round about; on every part: as, a dense mist put around.
    • From destination to put; in some places; about: as, to travel around from city to city. [U. S.]
    • About; near: because, he waited around till the battle ended up being more than. [U. S.]
    • About; on all sides; encircling; encompassing.
    • From destination to spot; at random: since, to wander round the country. [U. S.]
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