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French-English translation for: to go around with
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prendre le chemin le plus longto go the long way around
accompagner qn./qc.to go with sb./sth.
pâlir d'envieto go green with envy [fig.] [idiom]
se prêter à qc.to go along with sth. [fig.] [agree to participate]
aller de pair avec qc.to go hand in hand with sth. [also fig.]
suivre le courant [fam.] [fig.]to go with the flow [coll.] [fig.]
rendre qc. publicto go public with sth.
alentour {adv}around
autour {adv}around
environ {adv}around [approximately]
vadrouillage {f}strolling around
virevolterto twirl (around)
déambulerto walk around
autour de {prep}around
virevoltant {adj} {pres-p}twirling (around)
sautillerto jump around
farfouillerto rummage around
pas loin {adv}around [nearby]
badauder [littéraire]to stroll around
tout autour {adv}all around
à la ronde {adv}around
caracoler [enfants]to dance around
tournoyer [feuilles, papiers]to swirl around
ballotter qc.to toss sth. around
contourner qc.to get around sth.
parader [se pavaner]to strut around
être (par) to be around
faire le fouto fool around
se retourner [personne]to turn around
traîner [fam.]to hang around [coll.]
bousculer qn.to shove sb. around
flâner [se balader]to traipse around
à peu près {adv} [environ]around [approximately]
trimbaler qc. [fam.]to lug sth. around
circonvenir qn.to get round / around sb.
flemmarder [fam.]to loaf around [Am.] [coll.]
faire des blaguesto kid around [Am.] [coll.]
loc. faire la roue [personne] [péj.]to strut around
fouiner dans qc.to nose around in sth.
fourrager dans qc.to rummage around in sth.
faire cercle autour de qn.to gather around sb.
sport faire tournoyer qn. [en dansant]to spin sb. around
tourner autour du pot [fam.]to beat around the bush [idiom]
tourner autour de qn. [pour séduire]to hang around sb. [attempting to woo]
déconner [fam.] [faire l'idiot]to mess around [coll.] [play the fool]
mener qn. en bateau [loc.]to give sb. the run-around [idiom]
former un cercle autour de qn.to form a ring around sb.
bourlinguer [fam.] [voyager beaucoup]to get around a lot [coll.] [travel a lot]
barboter [s'agiter dans l'eau]to splash around [in a pool etc.]
avoir qn. sur les bras [fam.]to have sb. around one's neck [fig.]
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