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come/go/turn full circle

If something or someone has come full circle after changing a lot, things are now the same as they were in the beginning: Things have come full circle now that long skirts are back in fashion.
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Translations of “come/go/turn full circle”
in Chinese (Simplified) 兜个大圈又回到原样…
in Chinese (Traditional) 兜個大圈又回到原樣…
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