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Especially for anyone who's been AROUND for a while or has ever had a similar experience. Please help me with meaning of the word 'around' in the sentence above. Thanks advance.
Feb 19, 2017 3:43 PM
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Depending on that context to be 'around' something is that you have experience or have been working in that situation for a long time. "How long has Dave worked here?"---"He's been around a while, like 8 years." Also, someone who's been 'around' in a general context is someone who's done a lot, seen a lot, and lived a full life. Hope that helps, Andrew
February 19, 2017
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