get round to (something / doing something)

get round to (something / doing something)

Definition: to do something after a long delay, because you were too busy, lazy or reluctant to do it before.

(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)

E.g.1: I’ve decided to be more active this year. Last year there were too many things I didn’t get round to doing.
E.g.2: It’s not urgent – I’ll get round to it eventually.

This phrasal verb can’t be separated.

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