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Phrasal Verbs

come around

This page is about the phrasal verb come around

Meaning

to visit somebody, usually at their home

Synonym

visit

For example

  • come around Why don't you come around after work and have a swim in my pool?

  • come around Every Tuesday night some friends come around and we play Word Up.

Note:
"Come round" means the same thing in British English.

Quick Quiz

Some friends are coming around

a. to the beach with us

b. to see my new kitchen

c. to our new website

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