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go the round(s)

To be transmitted within a group, as of a story or item of information. Oh, I heard that gossip already—it's already gone the rounds.
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go the rounds

To spread and be widely circulated among a large group of people. Primarily heard in UK. An awful rumour is going the rounds that the boss is having an affair with her secretary. A: "Have you seen this hilarious new meme?" B: "Yeah, it's been going the rounds on social media."
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go the round (or rounds)

(of a story or joke) be passed on from person to person.
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