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English definition of “get around (somewhere)”

get around (somewhere)

verb phrasal verb with get  /ɡet/ (present participle getting, past participle gotten  /ˈɡɑt·ən/ or got  /ɡɑt/) us  

(TRAVEL)

to travel or move from place to place: You need a car to get around town. During her last few years, Edna couldn’t get around very well. It didn’t take long for that rumor to get around the office.
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