One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Deal with (a task) in due course.‘I might get round to organizing another trip in the spring’
- ‘I check out courses, websites and somehow never get around to actually starting.’
- ‘Stephen informs me that the award they won was for the 2001 edition and in due course we hope to get round to some quotes and list of titles.’
- ‘How often do you set out to complete a task and never quite get round to it?’
- ‘What have you always wanted to do/visit in London but never got round to?’
- ‘This is a posting I have been meaning to write for about a year but never quite got round to.’
- ‘It's just one of those things on the back burner that you get around to eventually.’
- ‘They said, provided you know your place, in due course we will get round to helping you.’
- ‘The Reflections document never gets around to really denying this.’
- ‘Louise had stored the mementos in a deep drawer, always planning to put them in albums and scrapbooks, and of course, never getting around to it.’
- ‘We're sure she's getting round to dealing with that, though.’
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