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a long way round a round dozen a round lie a round of toast all round all the year round all year round all-round an albatross around one’s neck an albatross around the neck Around 20 of the total fashion turnover is generated by online business Around 600 police used water cannon, tear gas, pepper spray and batons in an operation against over 1,000 demo... around-sourcing around-the-clock As well as accommodation, the city also provides a monthly grant of around 750 Euro at ground level Average disposal income is around EUR 23,400 per inhabitant be dashed to the ground be well grounded in Celebrity guests were thin on the ground at the wedding Come round and see me! common ground completely rounded Computers contain cadmium and bromine compounds, which, if they are not properly disposed of, can seep into th... cup one’s hands around something Death lurks around every corner Do you know your way around? Does it always feel like Monday morning around here? Doesn’t anybody get their arse in gear around here? Doesn’t it just drive you round the bend? Don’t spread it around that ... down to the ground Easter is just around the corner enough to go round Green roofs in Iceland and Norway have been around for centuries Groundhog Day happy hunting ground He comes from a background of poverty He couldn’t care less about what’s going on around him He drove her round the bend He met a lot of people on his travels in/around the Far East He opposed my plan, but at last I managed to bring him round He’s a millstone round my neck He’s round the bend Hi, I’m new around here hit the ground running I must get round to cleaning my car next weekend I suppose your staff gets paid for sitting around? I wished the ground would open and swallow me up. I won’t let this female mess me around any more I’ll just nip down/round to I’m very busy today, but I hope to get round to your request tomorrow in round terms Incense from around the world Is anyone intending to shift their arses around here? Is there anybody around? Is there enough wine to go round? it drives me around the bend It is a millstone around my neck It suits me down to the ground It’s exactly the other way round It’s just here, round the corner It’s swings and roundabouts Jazz may still be a niche product, but German jazz labels are highly successful around the world in that niche knock-out round like bees round a honeypot Listen smart-arse, do you think I’m waiting around here just for the fun of it? Love makes the world go round Many around the world cheer Obama victory merry-go-round middle ground Money makes the world go round Moral grounds […] are always the last refuge of people who have no sense of beauty. More than a hundred fan clubs around the world read about his adventures and exchange views on fan pages nose around on neutral ground Only the share price, which fell by around 8 per cent, casts a shadow over the sunny picture Our institute takes children from all backgrounds Place the ladder on a firm support and on even ground Political background information and political links are explained clearly return ticket/round-trip ticket round round and round round sum round table conference round the clock roundabout She flung her arms around his neck She has been around She met a lot of people on her travels in/around the Far East She surrounded herself with sycophants skirt around the issue stamping/stomping ground Stop beating around the bush! Stop pussyfooting around! That’s him down to the ground! The ball is round and a match lasts 90 minutes. The big question is: can he turn things around by Easter? The big question is: can she turn things around by Christmas? The desolation is the worst thing here. All around [nothing but] empty offices and shops The government has promised to put a ring fence around funding for education The little girl knew how to get round her father the long way round The police officer fired four rounds the round end of a spoon The round thing has to go into the square thing. The ship veered round The sturdy castle walls in the west of Munich surround a storehouse full of books The wind veered round to the north The world doesn’t revolve around you There are many myths surrounding his success They blend into their natural surroundings Those bric-a-brac items just stand around collecting dust to accustom oneself to new surroundings to ask around one’s colleagues to ask someone round to be a millstone round someone’s neck to be a millstone/an albatross round someone’s neck to be a square peg in a round hole to be around/round the bend/twist to be grounded to be kicking around to be round the twist to be thin on the ground to beetle along/around to break fresh ground to bum around to buy a round to chase round to come around to cut the ground from under someone’s feet to dance in a round to dash around the country to dig around to drive someone around/round the bend/twist to faff around with something to fart around to feel around to fight for every inch of ground to find a way around to fold one’s arms around someone to gain ground to gain ground on someone to get around to get around something to get around to doing something to get in on the ground floor to get off the ground to get one’s mind around to give someone a clip round the ear to give someone the runaround to go a long way round to go around in a circuit to go around with to go around/round the bend/twist to go over the whole ground to go round to go round the twist to go underground to goof around to ground someone to hand around to hang about/around to have a look round to have a look-around to have a millstone round one’s neck to have a paper round to have been around To have both feet on the ground to hawk about/around to hold one’s ground to horse about/around to jerk someone around to joke around to keep one’s ear to the ground to keep one’s feet on the ground to knock about/around to knock about/around with to know one’s way around to know the way around a place to lead round in circles to loaf around to loll about/around to lose ground to maintain one’s ground to mess around with somebody to monkey around to mooch about/around to muck around with somebody to not be able to get one’s tongue round a word to not know one’s ass from a hole in the ground to piddle about/around to play around to play around with an idea to play around with someone to play around with someone’s feelings to play around with something to play circles around someone to potter away/about/around to pull round to pussyfoot about/around something to pussyfoot around to recover ground to recover lost ground to run around like a headless chicken to run rings round someone to run to earth/ground to sail around the island to sleep around to slob about/around/out to smell for miles around to stand on shaky ground to stand one’s ground to stand something/a round to stick around/about to stick one’s head round a corner to suit someone down to the ground to take a look-around to talk someone round to tear around to throw one’s weight around to travel around the US to travel round/around the world to twist someone around one’s little finger to wish that the ground would open up and swallow one to work underground to worship the ground someone walks on to wrap someone around one’s little finger twist somebody round one’s little finger We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep. What goes around, comes around What you win on the swings you lose on the roundabouts When compared to other countries around the world, Britain spends little on defence Where trash is lying around, more is thrown down You are not wanted round here You must be completely round the bend!

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