come around to


: to start to accept and support (something, such as an idea) after opposing it
People are starting to come around to the idea.
: to stop opposing or disagreeing with (something)
She'll come around to our side eventually.
: to go visit (a place)
Why don't you come around to my house after work today?

Examples of come around to in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Although that took a little while to come around to. Olivia McCormack, Washington Post, 17 June 2023 Most dogs enjoy the outdoors, but some might take a little longer to come around to sleeping in a tent versus their routine crate or bed. Lauren Breedlove, Travel + Leisure, 3 Apr. 2023 But even some Democrats have come around to the notion that Trump was right the first time. Joel Mathis, The Week, 10 Dec. 2022 As inflation remains stubbornly high, many investors in recent weeks have come around to the idea that the Fed would keep raising rates at 0.75 percentage increments through the end of this year. Sam Goldfarb, WSJ, 21 Oct. 2022 While acts under Johnny’s umbrella have yet to come around to subscription streaming, more have turned to YouTube, with young acts such as SixTONES and Snow Man showing greater global ambitions. Patrick St. Michel, Billboard, 22 Sep. 2022 Fans may not be ready for a brand front and center on jerseys in all sports yet, but given time the laggards will come around to accept these just like in Europe, the U.K., and the MLS. Kirk Wakefield, Forbes, 7 July 2021 By the time the automobile came to market, the government had not yet come around to seeing the widespread commercial applications of the new technology — as is typical with government and new technology. Dominic Pino, National Review, 13 June 2021 History has come around to recognize it as a visually daring, often brilliant film. Brian Tallerico, Vulture, 4 Mar. 2021 See More

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“Come around to.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 2 Dec. 2023.

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