go around (1)

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

Meaning: to act or dress in a certain way

For example:

  • go around He used to go around in jeans and a T-shirt, but now he wears a suit and tie.

  • go around Ever since Lee got his promotion, he's been going around telling everyone what to do.

Quick Quiz:

Ian hates his new haircut, so he's going around

a. his barber

b. the corner

c. in a hat

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