come around to

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of come around to

1 : 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.
2 : to go visit (a place)
  • Why don't you come around to my house after work today?

Word by Word Definitions

around play
  1. : in a circle or in circumference

  2. : in, along, or through a circuit

  3. : on all or various sides : in every or any direction

  1. : on all sides of

  2. : so as to encircle or enclose

  3. : so as to avoid or get past : on or to another side of

  1. : about

  2. : being in existence, evidence, or circulation


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