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|present participle||coming around|
|past tense||came around|
|past participle||come around|
When I came around, I was lying on the back seat of a car.
Why don't you come around after work?
A note came around asking for new ideas.
The manager came around and congratulated everyone.
A waiter came around with a tray of drinks.
He'll come around eventually.
We knew she would come around to our way of thinking.
This is the American English definition of come around. View British English definition of come around.
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