get around (1)

This page is about the phrasal verb get around (1).

Meaning: to move from place to place

For example:

  • get around Getting around by motorbike is much quicker than getting around by car, but it's also much more dangerous.

  • get around Taxis are a really expensive way of getting around in Japan, so I use public transport whenever I can.

Quick Quiz:

If you want to reduce air and noise pollution, help solve global warming, increase your fitness and look and feel better, and save lots of money, you should get around

a. by car

b. by motorcycle

c. by bicycle

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