|get round or get around|
|—vb (foll by to)|
|1.||(preposition) to circumvent or overcome: he got round the problem by an ingenious trick|
|2.||informal (preposition) to have one's way with; cajole: that girl can get round anyone|
|3.||(preposition) to evade (a law or rules)|
|4.||to reach or come to at length: I'll get round to that job in an hour|
|get around or get around|
see get around, def. 1 and 2.