in the surrounding area; near
here and there; in many direction
measured in a circle
moving in a circle
facing the opposite direction
active, prominent and famous in a particular field or profession
being in existence
in circulation; available
on all sides of; surrounding; in some place near; in the area of
so as to avoid or get past; to many places within
form a circle of (sth); near to sb
having a center or base in
"a few spectators standing about"
"waited around for the next flight"
"He came all the way around the base"
"the road goes around the pond"
"wandering about with no place to go"
"people were rushing about"
"news gets around (or about)"
"traveled around in Asia"
"he needs advice from someone who's been around"
"she sleeps around"
"The wheels are spinning around"
"lasted approximately an hour"
"in just about a minute"
"he's about 30 years old"
"I've had about all I can stand"
"we meet about once a month"
"some forty people came"
"weighs around a hundred pounds"
"holds 3 gallons, more or less"
"20 or so people were at the party"
"suddenly she turned around"
"she came around to see me"
"I invited them around for supper"
"dirty clothes lying around (or about)"
"let's look about for help"
"There were trees growing all around"
"she looked around her"
"the trunk is ten feet around"
"the pond is two miles around"
"It rains all year round on Skye"
"frigid weather the year around"
The players closed around, flushed and muddy.
A blue pigeon it is, that circles the blue sky,..around and round and round.
出自： W. Stevens
He turned around.Like the moon, the artificial satellites move around the earth.
She walked round the car and looked at the wheels.
We walked round the old part of the town.
Could you pass the cups round, please?
The children were running around/about everywhere.