an act or instance of going around something, as a circle, course, or traffic pattern, and returning to the starting point.
a series or pattern of occurrences; round: After the third go-around of questions, the witness was released.

Nearby words

  1. go without,
  2. go without saying,
  3. go wrong,
  4. go, goes, going,
  5. go-ahead,
  6. go-away bird,
  7. go-between,
  8. go-by,
  9. go-cart,
  10. go-devil

Also go-round (for defs 2, 3).

Origin of go-around

First recorded in 1890–95; noun use of verb phrase go around

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