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Difference between Get round something and Get round to something

get round something—(also: get around something ) circumvent or evade rules, regulations, etc. (without committing a legal offence):

  • A clever lawyer might find ways of getting round that clause.

get round to something —(also: get around to something ) find time for smth.; deal with smth. (when more important matters have been dealt with):

  • I’m busy now but I hope to get round to your request next week.