1. Popularly used, it is a general term illustrating that a person is in no particular place, but instead plans to go to several different destinations before one returns.

2. Generally present, but not exactly "here".
Person 1: Where are you going?
Hippie 2: Just walking around... Maybe I'll stop by Target and then Safeway

Away message on AIM: "I'm around."
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In-word for "about" among certain new-age Bolsheviks.
The collective decided to organize around animal rights.
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1. Means you go back to where you came from.
2. In army commander or some other hichly ranked officer says around it means thay are seeking something and people need to go different ways to find what they are looking for.
general around
soldiers Yes, sir
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to get ready for the day
i am going to go get around for the day and then go to the mall.
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Hanging out where there is the greatest concentration of great deals and values.
We were just crapping around at the Piggly Wiggly and found soup 3 for a dollar!
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