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Get Around ( move from one place to another place; spend time with lots of different people in different places ... )

"Get Around"

Getting around is moving from place to place.

Example: "It is only two weeks since his operation, but your father is getting around very well."

Example: "My grandfather is getting older. He doesn't get around so well anymore."

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