run around with

run around with (someone)

To spend a lot of time with someone. Usually said of friends. I used to run around with a whole group of kids from my school, but I only regularly see a few close friends these days.
See also: around, run

run around with someone

to be friends with someone; to go places with regular friends. John and I were great friends. We used to run around with each other all the time. Mary ran around with Jane for about a year.
See also: around, run
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"Pudsey can't exercise and he gets very frustrated that he can't run around with the other dogs, in fact you have to lever him off the ground to get him to stand up.
"A lot of people run around with the idea that what you don't know won't hurt you," he said.