go around

[go around] {v.} 1a. To go from one place or person to another.

Mr. Smith is going around looking for work.

Don't go aroundtelling lies like that.

Chicken pox is going around theneighborhood.

A rumor is going around school that we will get theafternoon off.

1b. To go together; keep company. - Usually used with"with".

Bill goes around with boys older than he is because he isbig for his age.

Syn.: GO ABOUT(2b). 2. To be enough to give toeveryone; be enough for all.

There are not enough desks to goaround in the classroom.