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tool around (in something)

to go around in a car; to speed around in a car. Who is that kid tooling around in that souped-up car? Ann spends a lot of time tooling around in her new car.
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tool around

in. to drive or cruise around. (see also tool.) We tooled around for a while and then rented a horror movie.
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Patrons will use them to peruse the menu, order their drinks and meal, play games in which all can participate, watch musicvideos, flick through a virtual art gallery and tool around Playdium's "parallel universe," populated by a soap-opera set.
100% compatible with Apple HomeKit, the lights can even be programmed to sync with your favorite music, making it a handy decorating tool around the holidays.
The gimmick employed by the women - Clarissa Dickson Wright and Jennifer Paterson, both Brits - is to tool around the English countryside in a motorcycle and sidecar.
Contract notice: Realization, Implementation And Maintenance Of An Educational Software Tool Around The Lcdr Collection Of Contemporary Art Museum Of Bordeaux In Connection With The Activities Destinies Has A Public School.
Contract notice: Realisation, implementation and maintenance on an educational computer tool around the museum collection lcdr of contemporary art bordeaux in connection with the activities destinies has a public school.
The project also aims to help the national government achieve its development goals faster and make those gains more sustainable by extending financial services through technologies like mobile money, said USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator Greg Beck, Mobile money is, indeed, a proven effective development tool around the world to make governments more efficient, transparent and accountable in deploying public funds for social services.
She added : "Pfizer is committed to ensuring adult vaccination is prioritized as a key preventive tool around the globe thereby helping protect this population from infectious diseases as they age".