circulate among (someone or something)

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circulate among (someone or something)

To move through or within a group of people or things. Here, take this tray of hors d'oeuvres and circulate among the guests in the living room. There's a rumor circulating among the press corps that the senator is going to resign.
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circulate among someone or something

to move at random within a gathering of people or things. Karen circulated among the guests, serving drinks. The guests circulated among the various rooms in the house.
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But the tenants of the Typee valley, as yet exempt from these inflictions, generally employ the 'arva' as a minister to social enjoyment, and a calabash of the liquid circulates among them as the bottle with us.
The pathogen normally circulates among animals and is introduced to humans through food.
And potential terrorists would see the forthcoming general election as 'a real opportunity to launch an attack', he said Sir Ian spoke out in an interview with Whitehall and Westminster World, a newspaper which circulates among civil servants.
Everglades virus (EVEV), an alphavirus in the Venezuelan equine encephalitis (VEE) serocomplex, circulates among rodents and vector mosquitoes and infects humans, causing a febrile disease sometimes accompanied by neurologic manifestations.
Often, the same action alert circulates among several coalitions, with massive effects.
It's the ``one idea circulates among a lot of brains'' theory sparked, she says, by the phenomenal success of the book ``The First Wives Club.
Instead of generating future economic expansion, the money circulates among companies like the stakes in a floating dice game.
0 circulates among students, the greater the likelihood becomes that it will be embraced as a very effective, very affordable research tool," Gray continued.
The European edition of Stars & Stripes, an unofficial newspaper that circulates among military personnel abroad, had quoted an unidentified pilot as saying the colonel was replaced after he had warned of dangers involving weather and inadequate navigation equipment.