Translation of go around in Spanish:
- 1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio 1.1 (move, travel, be outdoors) andar* we were advised to go around in twos or threes nos aconsejaron que anduviéramos en grupos de a dos o tres he went around to different publishers fue a ver a varios editores she goes around in a Cadillac anda por ahí en un Cadillac to go around
withsb andar* conalgn he goes around with some funny characters anda con gente muy rara to go around -ingir* por ahí + gerund/gerundioyou can't go around saying things like that! ¡no puedes ir por ahí diciendo esas cosas! 1.2 (circulate) [joke/rumor] correr, circular it's a bug that's going around es un virus que anda (por ahí) 1.3 (be sufficient for everybody) there are enough forks to go around hay tenedores (suficientes) para todos there aren't enough to go round no alcanzan, no hay suficientes she added some water to it to make it go around le agregó agua para que diera or alcanzara para todos 1.4 (revolve) [wheel/world] dar* vueltas I have this idea going around in my head le estoy dando vueltas a esta idea 1.5 (visit) ir* I'll go around and see him iré a verlo we went around to Arthur's last night anoche fuimos a casa de Arthur
- 2verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento 2.1 (turn) [corner] doblar, dar* la vuelta a, dar* vuelta (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) ; [bend] tomar 2.2 (avoid, make detour) [obstacle] rodear, sortear 2.3 (visit, move through) [country/city] recorrer in the afternoon we went around the castle por la tarde visitamos el castillo to go around the world dar* la vuelta al mundo he went around the house looking for defects recorrió la casa buscando defectos he went around several companies trying to sell his idea fue a or recorrió varias compañías tratando de vender su idea
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