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English definition of “go round (somewhere)”

go round (somewhere)

UK (US go around (somewhere))
verb uk phrasal verb with go   /ɡəʊ/ us    /ɡoʊ/ (present participle going, past tense went, past participle gone)
to go or be given from one person to another, or to move from one place to another: A nasty flu bug is going round (the school) at the moment. There's a rumour going round (the village) that they're having an affair.
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