go-around definition

  • noun:
    • a disagreement; a go-round.
    • An evasive reason; a runaround.
    • An abort of a final approach where the pilot circles the airport to make another attempt at landing.
    • A landing approach that fails and gives method to another effort.
    • a disagreement; a go-round.
    • An evasive reason; a runaround.
    • An abort of your final method where in actuality the pilot groups the airport to help make another effort at landing.
    • a disagreement; a go-round.
    • An evasive reason; a runaround.
    • An abort of your final approach where the pilot circles the airport which will make another effort at landing.
    • A landing strategy that fails and provides option to another effort.
    • a strategy that fails and provides option to another attempt
    • A landing approach that fails and provides solution to another effort.
    • An argument; a go-round.
    • a disagreement; a go-round.
    • An evasive excuse; a runaround.
    • an approach that fails and gives solution to another effort
    • An abort of one last strategy where in fact the pilot groups the airport to create another attempt at landing.
    • A landing method that fails and provides way to another attempt.
    • An evasive excuse; a runaround.
    • An abort of one last approach where in fact the pilot sectors the airport to make another attempt at landing.
    • A landing strategy that fails and gives solution to another effort.
    • a strategy that fails and provides solution to another effort
    • a strategy that fails and provides way to another effort
    • a quarrel; a go-round.
    • An evasive reason; a runaround.
    • An abort of a final approach where in fact the pilot sectors the airport to make another attempt at landing.
    • An argument; a go-round.
    • A landing approach that fails and provides solution to another attempt.
    • An evasive excuse; a runaround.
    • a quarrel; a go-round.
    • An abort of a final approach where the pilot circles the airport to make another attempt at landing.
    • An evasive reason; a runaround.
    • A landing approach that fails and provides option to another attempt.
    • An abort of your final strategy where in actuality the pilot groups the airport in order to make another attempt at landing.
    • A landing strategy that fails and gives option to another attempt.
    • an approach that fails and gives solution to another effort
    • a method that fails and provides way to another effort
    • a strategy that fails and gives option to another attempt
    • a method that fails and gives way to another attempt
  • verb:
    • bypass the flank of (an opposing military)
    • be sufficient
    • go around the flank of (an opposing military)
    • be sufficient
    • prevent some thing unpleasant or laborious
    • come to be well known and offered
    • start or about an axis or a center
    • stay away from some thing unpleasant or laborious
    • go around the flank of (an opposing military)
    • come to be well known and handed down
    • switch on or about an axis or a center
    • be enough
    • avoid one thing unpleasant or laborious
    • become widely known and handed down
    • bypass the flank of (an opposing military)
    • go around the flank of (an opposing army)
    • turn on or around an axis or a center
    • be enough
    • prevent anything unpleasant or laborious
    • come to be widely known and passed on
    • turn on or around an axis or a center
    • be sufficient
    • go around the flank of (an opposing army)
    • stay away from anything unpleasant or laborious
    • come to be well known and offered
    • be adequate
    • prevent one thing unpleasant or laborious
    • turn on or around an axis or a center
    • come to be well known and handed down
    • bypass the flank of (an opposing military)
    • turn on or about an axis or a center
    • go around the flank of (an opposing army)
    • be enough
    • avoid anything unpleasant or laborious
    • become widely known and offered
    • switch on or just around an axis or a center
    • be enough
    • stay away from something unpleasant or laborious
    • become well regarded and handed down
    • turn on or around an axis or a center

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