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  1. go-around

    英式

    • n.
      a flight path taken by an aircraft after an aborted approach to landing.;a confrontation or argument
    • noun: go-around, plural noun: go-arounds

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    • 1. a flight path taken by an aircraft after an aborted approach to landing.
    • 2. North American informal a confrontation or argument we had some go-arounds
    • 3. North American one of a series of instances of doing or attempting something we will have to have another go-around with that lesson before we are ready to move on this is her second go-round as a councillor
    • a round of a rodeo competition the first winners are those cowboys who win each go-round
    • ph.
      spin: revolve

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      spin; revolve

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    • ph.
      be regularly in the company of someone

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    • ph.
      be regularly in the company of someone

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    • ph.
      do something for a long time without achieving anything apart from purposeless repetition

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    • ph.
      do something for a long time without achieving anything but purposeless repetition

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    • ph.
      news or rumours spread

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    • ph.
      the consequences of one's actions will have to be dealt with eventually

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    • IPA[ˈɡō əˌround]

    美式

    • n.
      a flight path taken by an aircraft after an aborted approach to landing.

    Oxford American Dictionary