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Noun: go-around
  1. An approach that fails and gives way to another attempt
    - overshoot, wave-off
Verb: go around
  1. Be sufficient
    "There's not enough to go around"
  2. Become widely known and passed on
    "the story went around in the office";
    - spread, circulate
  3. Go around the flank of (an opposing army)
    - outflank
  4. Turn on or around an axis or a centre
    - revolve, rotate
  5. Avoid something unpleasant or laborious
    "You cannot go around these rules!";
    - bypass, short-circuit, get around

Derived forms: going around, went around, go-arounds, goes around, gone around

Type of: answer, avoid, do, go, landing approach, locomote, move, serve, suffice, travel, turn

Encyclopedia: Go-around

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