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Translation of "around" - English-Spanish dictionary

around

adverb, preposition   /əˈraʊnd/
A2 on all sides of something al voltant, alrededor de They sat around the table.
A2 in a circular movement en círculo This switch makes the wheels turn around.
A2 to or in different parts of a place por, por ahí, de un sitio para otro I spent a year travelling around Asia.
A2 here, or near this place por (aquí) Is there a supermarket around here? Will you be around next week?
A2 used before a number or amount to meanclose to, but not exactly sobre They will arrive around four o’clock.
B1 from one place or person to another de un lugar a otro, de una persona a otra Could you pass these forms around, please?
B1 to the opposite direction hacia el lado contrario He turned around and looked at her.
to someone’s home a casa Wendy’s coming around this afternoon.
(Definition of around from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

around

preposition, adverb /əˈraund/
on all sides of or in a circle about (a person, thing etc) alrededor de Flowers were growing around the tree They danced around the fire There were trees all around.
here and there (in a house, room etc) por ahí Clothes had been left lying around (the house) I wandered around.
(Definition of around from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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