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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Get Specific, Expand the Critique: It pays to recall this is hardly the first go around with someone trying to stand up to AIPAC.
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But admit it, what sensible mature woman would want to go around with someone who can't remember when the Beatles were just another boy band?