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|Verb||1.||come around - change one's position or opinion; "He came around to our point of view"|
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
|2.||come around - happen regularly; "Christmas rolled around again"|
1. To go forward, especially toward a conclusion.Also used with along:
3. To take place:
5. To have as a source:
1. To find or meet by chance:
bump into, chance on (or upon), come on (or upon), find, happen on (or upon), light on (or upon), run across, run into, stumble on (or upon), tumble on.
Archaic: alight on (or upon).
Idiom: meet up with.
come around or round
1. To come into possession of:
1. To come or go into (a place):
Nautical: put in.
Idioms: gain entrance, set foot in.
To receive (property) from one who has died:
1. To take place:
come on or upon
2. To make one's formal entry, as into society:
Idiom: make one's bow.