around in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

Translations for around in the English»French Dictionary

I.around [Brit əˈraʊnd, Am əˈraʊnd] ADV Around often appears as the second element of certain verb structures ( come around, look around, turn around etc.). For translations, consult the appropriate verb entry ( come, look, turn etc.).
go around and get around generate many idiomatic expressions. For translations see the entries go around, and get around.

3. around (in circulation):

7. around (in different, opposite direction):

II.around [Brit əˈraʊnd, Am əˈraʊnd] PREP a. Brit round

2. around (throughout):

III.around [Brit əˈraʊnd, Am əˈraʊnd]

See also turn, look, go around, get round, get around, come

I.turn [Brit təːn, Am tərn] NOUN

1. turn (opportunity, in rotation):

5. turn (change, development):

III.turn [Brit təːn, Am tərn] VERB trans

1. turn (rotate):

3. turn (change direction of):

5. turn (transform):

IV.turn [Brit təːn, Am tərn] VERB intr

1. turn (change direction):

3. turn (revolve):

7. turn (change):

V.turn [Brit təːn, Am tərn]

I.look [Brit lʊk, Am lʊk] NOUN

1. look (glance):

3. look (expression):

4. look (appearance):

III.look [Brit lʊk, Am lʊk] VERB trans

1. look (gaze, stare):

1. look:

3. look (appear, seem):

5. look:

I.go around VERB [Brit ɡəʊ -, Am ɡoʊ -] (go around)

II.go around VERB [Brit ɡəʊ -, Am ɡoʊ -] (go around [sth])

get round → get around

get round → get around

III.get round VERB Brit (get round inf [sb])

1. get around (move, spread) → get about

II.get around VERB (get around [sth]) (circumvent)

I.come [Brit kʌm, Am kəm] NOUN slang

II.come [Brit kʌm, Am kəm] INTERJ (reassuringly)

III.come <prét came, part passé come> [Brit kʌm, Am kəm] VERB trans

IV.come <prét came, part passé come> [Brit kʌm, Am kəm] VERB intr

1. come (arrive):