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Difference between Come round to something and Go round to something

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

1. visit a place near one’s home:

  • Three guys in my class asked if they could come round to my place to do homework.

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

  • When they had finally came round to telling him he had been “enlisted” … he had been at sea in the merchant service.

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

  • When I go round to her studio she wastes no time in emphasizing her unwillingness to see journalists.