GET AROUND TO
What does it mean when someone says get around to? Well, the phrasal verb get around to means to finally do something that you have wanted to do for a long time, especially something that you have avoided doing. Like homework or cleaning up!
- The weather was nice last weekend so I finally got around to cleaning out the garage.
- I really need to get around to washing my car.
- Did you ever get around to doing your homework?
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