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end-aroundnoun [C]

uk   us   US
a solution to a problem that avoids the problem rather than dealing with it directly: We're not officially allowed to use outside contractors, so we'll need to do an end-around to bypass that rule.
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end-around
adjective [before noun]
The vehicles cannot be legally imported, but an end-around solution would be to import the parts and assemble them here.
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