be around

be around

1. To be present at or come to a certain place, usually specified by a particular time. Sorry I can't make it out to see you today! Will you be around tomorrow? Thanks for taking care of my pets while I'm away! I'll be around to collect them on Monday.
2. To exist, be relevant, or have significance, usually specified by a particular period of time. Yes, I'm still around after all these years. Printed books are just something humanity won't forget; they'll be around forever.
3. To socialize with or have close physical proximity to somebody. I just feel safer when you're around. John is so pleasant to be around.
See also: around
References in classic literature ?
but if ever she went fretting around for the king I didn't happen to be around at the time.
All you need is antiseptic washing and dressing, and you'll be around in a month.
In your situation, I would talk to everyone you can and be around as much as possible during the season.
They say that the cost of this venture would be around pounds 1.