I.around [ əˈraʊnd, Brit əˈraʊnd] Am ADV
Around often appears as the second element of certain verb structures ( come around, look around, turn around etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( come, look, turn etc.).
go around and get around generate many idiomatic expressions. For translations see the entries go around, and get around. 1. around (approximately): 2. around (in the vicinity): 3. around (in circulation): 5. around (in all directions): 6. around (in circumference): 7. around (in different, opposite direction): II.around [ əˈraʊnd, Brit əˈraʊnd] Am PREP
a. round Brit 1. around (on all sides of): 3. around (in the vicinity of, near): 5. around (in order to circumvent): 6. around (to the other side of): III.around [ əˈraʊnd, Brit əˈraʊnd] Am I.turn [ təːn, Brit tərn] Am NOUN 1. turn (opportunity, in rotation): 2. turn (circular movement): 4. turn (bend, side road): 5. turn (change, development): 2. turn (linking sequence): III.turn [ təːn, Brit tərn] Am VERB trans 2. turn (turn over, reverse): 3. turn (change direction of): 4. turn (focus, direction of): 7. turn (pass the age of) : inf IV.turn [ təːn, Brit tərn] Am VERB intr 1. turn (change direction): 2. turn (reverse direction): 5. turn (spin round angrily): 6. turn (resort to, rely on) : fig 8. turn (become by transformation): 9. turn (have change of heart) : inf V.turn [ təːn, Brit tərn] Am I.look [ lʊk, Brit lʊk] Am NOUN III.look [ lʊk, Brit lʊk] Am VERB trans IV.look [ lʊk, Brit lʊk] Am VERB intr