go around with (someone)

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go around with (someone)

To go places and do things with a particular person or group of people. I used to go around with those kids, but then they got really into football, and that just doesn't interest me at all.
See also: around, go
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Her embarrassing act illustrates the Italian proverb "andare con le brache in capo" ("to go around with one's trousers on one's head"), which means "to get things wrong," "to always mix things up." Here the novella is born not of an event, but of a proverb; not of a thing, but a word.
So long as the likes of Kate Moss and other supermodels go around with one dangling off their lips and fingers, the myth will survive.