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out and about

  

      adj   regularly going out of the house to work, take part in social activity, etc., esp. after an illness  
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about

  

      prep  
1    anent     (Scot.)   as regards, concerned with, concerning, connected with, dealing with, on, re, referring to, regarding, relating to, relative to, respecting, touching, with respect to  
2    adjacent, beside, circa     (used with dates)   close to, near, nearby  
3    around, encircling, on all sides, round, surrounding  
4    all over, over, through, throughout  
      adv  
5    almost, approaching, approximately, around, close to, more or less, nearing, nearly, roughly  
6    from place to place, here and there, hither and thither, to and fro  
      adj  
7    active, around, astir, in motion, present, stirring  


about to     
intending to, on the point of, on the verge or brink of, ready to  
about-turn   , about-face     (U.S.)  
1   
      n   change of direction, reversal, reverse, right about (turn), turnabout, turnaround, U-turn, volte-face  
2   
      vb   change direction, do or perform a U-turn or volte-face, face the opposite direction, reverse, turn about or around, turn through 180 degrees, volte-face  
bring about     
accomplish, achieve, bring to pass, cause, compass, create, effect, effectuate, generate, give rise to, make happen, manage, occasion, produce, realize  
come about     
arise, befall, come to pass, happen, occur, result, take place, transpire     (informal)  
gad (about or around)     
gallivant, ramble, range, roam, rove, run around, stravaig     (Scot. & Northern English dialect)   stray, traipse     (informal)   wander  
go about  
1    circulate, move around, pass around, wander  
2    approach, begin, get the show on the road, set about, tackle, take the bit between one's teeth, undertake  
3    busy or occupy oneself with, devote oneself to  
hang about   , around  
1    dally, linger, loiter, roam, tarry, waste time  
2    associate with, frequent, hang out     (informal)   hang with     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   haunt, resort  
just about     
all but, almost, around, close to, nearly, not quite, practically, well-nigh  
knock about   , around  
1    ramble, range, roam, rove, traipse, travel, wander  
2    abuse, batter, beat up     (informal)   bruise, buffet, clobber     (slang)   damage, hit, hurt, lambast(e), maltreat, manhandle, maul, mistreat, strike, work over     (slang)   wound  
mess about   , around  
1    amuse oneself, dabble, fool (about or around), footle     (informal)   muck about     (informal)   piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play about or around, potter, trifle  
2    fiddle     (informal)   fool (about or around), interfere, meddle, piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play, tamper, tinker, toy  
see about  
1    attend to, consider, deal with, give some thought to, look after, see to, take care of  
2    investigate, look into, make enquiries, research  
set about  
1    address oneself to, attack, begin, get cracking     (informal)   get down to, get to work, get weaving     (informal)   make a start on, put one's shoulder to the wheel     (informal)   roll up one's sleeves, sail into     (informal)   set to, start, tackle, take the first step, wade into  
2    assail, assault, attack, belabour, lambast(e), mug     (informal)   sail into     (informal)  

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Collins
fool around      , about         
act the fool, dawdle, footle     (informal)   hang around, idle, kill time, lark, mess about, play about, play the fool, waste time  


about         
      prep  
1    anent     (Scot.)   as regards, concerned with, concerning, connected with, dealing with, on, re, referring to, regarding, relating to, relative to, respecting, touching, with respect to  
2    adjacent, beside, circa     (used with dates)   close to, near, nearby  
3    around, encircling, on all sides, round, surrounding  
4    all over, over, through, throughout  
      adv  
5    almost, approaching, approximately, around, close to, more or less, nearing, nearly, roughly  
6    from place to place, here and there, hither and thither, to and fro  
      adj  
7    active, around, astir, in motion, present, stirring  
about to     
intending to, on the point of, on the verge or brink of, ready to  
about-turn   , about-face            (U.S.)  
1   
      n   change of direction, reversal, reverse, right about (turn), turnabout, turnaround, U-turn, volte-face  
2   
      vb   change direction, do or perform a U-turn or volte-face, face the opposite direction, reverse, turn about or around, turn through 180 degrees, volte-face  
bring about     
accomplish, achieve, bring to pass, cause, compass, create, effect, effectuate, generate, give rise to, make happen, manage, occasion, produce, realize  
come about     
arise, befall, come to pass, happen, occur, result, take place, transpire     (informal)  
gad (about or around)     
gallivant, ramble, range, roam, rove, run around, stravaig     (Scot. & Northern English dialect)   stray, traipse     (informal)   wander  
go about  
1    circulate, move around, pass around, wander  
2    approach, begin, get the show on the road, set about, tackle, take the bit between one's teeth, undertake  
3    busy or occupy oneself with, devote oneself to  
hang about   , around  
1    dally, linger, loiter, roam, tarry, waste time  
2    associate with, frequent, hang out     (informal)   hang with     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   haunt, resort  
just about     
all but, almost, around, close to, nearly, not quite, practically, well-nigh  
knock about   , around  
1    ramble, range, roam, rove, traipse, travel, wander  
2    abuse, batter, beat up     (informal)   bruise, buffet, clobber     (slang)   damage, hit, hurt, lambast(e), maltreat, manhandle, maul, mistreat, strike, work over     (slang)   wound  
mess about   , around  
1    amuse oneself, dabble, fool (about or around), footle     (informal)   muck about     (informal)   piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play about or around, potter, trifle  
2    fiddle     (informal)   fool (about or around), interfere, meddle, piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play, tamper, tinker, toy  
see about  
1    attend to, consider, deal with, give some thought to, look after, see to, take care of  
2    investigate, look into, make enquiries, research  
set about  
1    address oneself to, attack, begin, get cracking     (informal)   get down to, get to work, get weaving     (informal)   make a start on, put one's shoulder to the wheel     (informal)   roll up one's sleeves, sail into     (informal)   set to, start, tackle, take the first step, wade into  
2    assail, assault, attack, belabour, lambast(e), mug     (informal)   sail into     (informal)  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

Collins
horse around      , about         
clown, fool about or around, misbehave, play the fool, play the goat, roughhouse     (slang)  


about         
      prep  
1    anent     (Scot.)   as regards, concerned with, concerning, connected with, dealing with, on, re, referring to, regarding, relating to, relative to, respecting, touching, with respect to  
2    adjacent, beside, circa     (used with dates)   close to, near, nearby  
3    around, encircling, on all sides, round, surrounding  
4    all over, over, through, throughout  
      adv  
5    almost, approaching, approximately, around, close to, more or less, nearing, nearly, roughly  
6    from place to place, here and there, hither and thither, to and fro  
      adj  
7    active, around, astir, in motion, present, stirring  
about to     
intending to, on the point of, on the verge or brink of, ready to  
about-turn   , about-face            (U.S.)  
1   
      n   change of direction, reversal, reverse, right about (turn), turnabout, turnaround, U-turn, volte-face  
2   
      vb   change direction, do or perform a U-turn or volte-face, face the opposite direction, reverse, turn about or around, turn through 180 degrees, volte-face  
bring about     
accomplish, achieve, bring to pass, cause, compass, create, effect, effectuate, generate, give rise to, make happen, manage, occasion, produce, realize  
come about     
arise, befall, come to pass, happen, occur, result, take place, transpire     (informal)  
gad (about or around)     
gallivant, ramble, range, roam, rove, run around, stravaig     (Scot. & Northern English dialect)   stray, traipse     (informal)   wander  
go about  
1    circulate, move around, pass around, wander  
2    approach, begin, get the show on the road, set about, tackle, take the bit between one's teeth, undertake  
3    busy or occupy oneself with, devote oneself to  
hang about   , around  
1    dally, linger, loiter, roam, tarry, waste time  
2    associate with, frequent, hang out     (informal)   hang with     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   haunt, resort  
just about     
all but, almost, around, close to, nearly, not quite, practically, well-nigh  
knock about   , around  
1    ramble, range, roam, rove, traipse, travel, wander  
2    abuse, batter, beat up     (informal)   bruise, buffet, clobber     (slang)   damage, hit, hurt, lambast(e), maltreat, manhandle, maul, mistreat, strike, work over     (slang)   wound  
mess about   , around  
1    amuse oneself, dabble, fool (about or around), footle     (informal)   muck about     (informal)   piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play about or around, potter, trifle  
2    fiddle     (informal)   fool (about or around), interfere, meddle, piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play, tamper, tinker, toy  
see about  
1    attend to, consider, deal with, give some thought to, look after, see to, take care of  
2    investigate, look into, make enquiries, research  
set about  
1    address oneself to, attack, begin, get cracking     (informal)   get down to, get to work, get weaving     (informal)   make a start on, put one's shoulder to the wheel     (informal)   roll up one's sleeves, sail into     (informal)   set to, start, tackle, take the first step, wade into  
2    assail, assault, attack, belabour, lambast(e), mug     (informal)   sail into     (informal)  

Diccionario de inglés sinónimos  

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slop around      , about         
flop, loaf, lollop, lounge, shamble, shuffle, slouch, slump, sprawl, veg out     (slang, chiefly U.S.)  


about         
      prep  
1    anent     (Scot.)   as regards, concerned with, concerning, connected with, dealing with, on, re, referring to, regarding, relating to, relative to, respecting, touching, with respect to  
2    adjacent, beside, circa     (used with dates)   close to, near, nearby  
3    around, encircling, on all sides, round, surrounding  
4    all over, over, through, throughout  
      adv  
5    almost, approaching, approximately, around, close to, more or less, nearing, nearly, roughly  
6    from place to place, here and there, hither and thither, to and fro  
      adj  
7    active, around, astir, in motion, present, stirring  
about to     
intending to, on the point of, on the verge or brink of, ready to  
about-turn   , about-face            (U.S.)  
1   
      n   change of direction, reversal, reverse, right about (turn), turnabout, turnaround, U-turn, volte-face  
2   
      vb   change direction, do or perform a U-turn or volte-face, face the opposite direction, reverse, turn about or around, turn through 180 degrees, volte-face  
bring about     
accomplish, achieve, bring to pass, cause, compass, create, effect, effectuate, generate, give rise to, make happen, manage, occasion, produce, realize  
come about     
arise, befall, come to pass, happen, occur, result, take place, transpire     (informal)  
gad (about or around)     
gallivant, ramble, range, roam, rove, run around, stravaig     (Scot. & Northern English dialect)   stray, traipse     (informal)   wander  
go about  
1    circulate, move around, pass around, wander  
2    approach, begin, get the show on the road, set about, tackle, take the bit between one's teeth, undertake  
3    busy or occupy oneself with, devote oneself to  
hang about   , around  
1    dally, linger, loiter, roam, tarry, waste time  
2    associate with, frequent, hang out     (informal)   hang with     (informal, chiefly U.S.)   haunt, resort  
just about     
all but, almost, around, close to, nearly, not quite, practically, well-nigh  
knock about   , around  
1    ramble, range, roam, rove, traipse, travel, wander  
2    abuse, batter, beat up     (informal)   bruise, buffet, clobber     (slang)   damage, hit, hurt, lambast(e), maltreat, manhandle, maul, mistreat, strike, work over     (slang)   wound  
mess about   , around  
1    amuse oneself, dabble, fool (about or around), footle     (informal)   muck about     (informal)   piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play about or around, potter, trifle  
2    fiddle     (informal)   fool (about or around), interfere, meddle, piss about or around     (taboo slang)   play, tamper, tinker, toy  
see about  
1    attend to, consider, deal with, give some thought to, look after, see to, take care of  
2    investigate, look into, make enquiries, research  
set about  
1    address oneself to, attack, begin, get cracking     (informal)   get down to, get to work, get weaving     (informal)   make a start on, put one's shoulder to the wheel     (informal)   roll up one's sleeves, sail into     (informal)   set to, start, tackle, take the first step, wade into  
2    assail, assault, attack, belabour, lambast(e), mug     (informal)   sail into     (informal)  

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exp.
what about you
Slang; written abbreviation
o.
about the human society
[Hum.];[US] human society
n.
a person passionate about astronomy
exp.
phrase meant to emphasize the speaker's self-assurance
syn.: you can bet on it; trust me; you can count on it; I'm telling you...
exp.
go crazy about something, get enthusiastic
id.
consider something seriously and start taking actions about it
exp.
think alike about a certain topic; be aligned in opinions; feel the same way about smth.
exp.
worry about something; be concerned about smth. (to the point of not being able to fall asleep)
n.
used to describe a person. i.e this is the qua am telling you about or he is a fantastic qua
n.
1. drug addict; 2. passionate/crazy about smth.
E.g: He is a computer games junkie.
n.
a person who does not care too much about the others, a little rude, assertive
[Fam.]
adj.
(about a product or service) meant to meet the customers' basic requirements; with no add-ons, including only the basic features
E.g: It's a no frills hotel, but very clean and with friendly staff.
n.
1. a fashion enthusiast; someone who sets or follows trends; 2. woman working in the fashion domain (as a designer, journalist, model etc.); 3. woman passionate about shopping;
n.
someone who is picky about food, doesn't want to try new foods
n.
someone who shows no support or enthusiasm about an idea/proposal/situation
exp.
(lit., about sounds) disharmonious, dissonant; (fig.) out of order; dysfunctional
v.
to look for or expose information about a person's past, usually bad, and to therefore bring that person down or put them in a bad light
exp.
(about a movie or TV series) reach a point when, due to a unauthentic scene, it loses the appreciation of the public
made popular by "Indiana Jones" whose hero survives an explosion by hiding in a fridge
exp.
to do something too soon, especially without thinking carefully about it
Originally used in sports contests that are started by firing a gun
adj.
(about persons) not to be trusted; dangerous
exp.
1. to conceal, to hide 2. to avoid talking about (sth embarrassing)
exp.
(about a positive event/situation) happen out of the blue, without any effort from the impacted persons
exp.
mind about smth./smb.; be disturbed by smth./smb.
E.g.: She has a beef with people smoking next to her.
exp.
there is something really obvious that no one talks about
exp.
to become very upset about something, usually something that is not important
Other expression: to get your knickers in a knot
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