break, get out, get around(verb)
be released or become known; of news
"News of her death broke in the morning"
crack, break away, give way, get about, soften, reveal, develop, unwrap, conk out, collapse, die, transgress, founder, weaken, discover, snap off, stop, go, demote, pull, break out, separate, split, give away, damp, smash, bypass, interrupt, offend, get out, fracture, relegate, bring out, violate, divulge, pause, let on, escape, take out, wear out, cave in, break-dance, break up, check, give out, break in, go out, give, split up, better, burst, go bad, pull out, breach, break off, disclose, bust, draw, erupt, get off, recrudesce, break dance, go against, dampen, get away, break down, fall in, bump, let out, ruin, fall apart, short-circuit, get by, kick downstairs, part, infract, exit, fail, come apart, bankrupt, expose, break, discontinue, swing, intermit, leave, go around, wear
bypass, short-circuit, go around, get around(verb)
avoid something unpleasant or laborious
"You cannot bypass these rules!"
swing, get around(verb)
be a social swinger; socialize a lot
get around, get about(verb)
move around; move from place to place
"How does she get around without a car?"
To move to the other side of an obstruction.
To come around something.
Cross at the rocks when you get around the bend.
To avoid or bypass an obstacle.
To circumvent the obligation and performance of a chore.
To transport oneself from place to place.
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I've always said that the Laver Cup is my favorite week of the year, and how much it means to me to get around the team and play for something bigger than just myself, we've had some heartbreaking losses over the past couple of years and it means the world to me to have the chance to get out there again with the team and try to get the win for Team World.
His facts are wrong. Staples has said that the policy in place was instituted a decade ago, so it was not instituted as a way to get around Obamacare, but he makes it sound as if getting around a law, meaning responding to the incentives that are written into the law, is somehow unsavory. And he talks about that, it's the same way he talks about everything that's private enterprise.
(We are) almost 50% booked for the winter and see a pickup in bookings, this time also we hope we will get around 90% (bookings) by winter.
The people who push these kinds of ads are persistent, they are well-funded and they are constantly evolving their deceptive tactics to get around our systems.
Granted there are a lot of tough golf courses and we've got big fields and we need to get around, i understand that, and the Tour staff does a great job of trying to make the golf course play as fast as possible.
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