run around with someone Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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Meaning of "run around with someone" - American English Dictionary

run around with someone

phrasal verb with run  us   /rʌn/ verb (present participle running, past tense ran  /ræn/ , past participle run)
to spend a lot of time with someone: Mom likes to know what kind of crowd I’m running around with.
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