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Difference between Come around to something and Go around to something

come around to something—(also: come round to something )

1. visit a place near one’s home:

  • The groundskeeper asked me to come around to his place tomorrow night for a barbie.

2. find time for smth.; deal with smth. (when more important matters have been dealt with):

  • I let him come around to telling me on his own time what is going on.

go around to something—(also: go round to something ) = come around to something 1:

  • I found Greg still in bed the next morning when I went around to his place.