The prepositions About, Around and Round usually mean the same. Only verbs where the preposition about is different to round or around appear on this page.

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bring about This bill, together with that concerning private pensions, will bring about the reform of the pension system.
come about Hair loss for men and women can come about for many different reasons.
go about How did you go about getting this book published?
set about It sounded like an excellent plan but she didn't know how to set about it.


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