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go–around

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noun \ˈgō-ə-ˌrau̇nd\

Definition of go–around

  1. 1 :  runaround <gave me the go–around>

  2. 2 a :  round <reached an agreement during the first go–around> b :  a heated argument or struggle <had a real go–around with her about it>

  3. 3 :  an act or instance of going around (as in an air traffic pattern)



Circa 1929

First Known Use of go–around

circa 1929


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