ask (someone) round(redirected from asking someone round)
ask (someone) round
To ask someone to come visit one's house. Why don't you ask John round later for a cup of tea?
To try to find out information about something by asking a lot of different people. Primarily heard in UK. I've been asking round to see if anyone is prepared for our Biology final, and the consensus has been a firm "no." A: "Have you seen my book?" B: "No, but I'll ask round."
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