- It looks like they are coming around to our way of thinking.
- She will eventually come round.
- It took him a while to come around to the idea.
- Don't worryㅡshe'll come round eventually.
■ If you come around or come round to an idea, you eventually change your mind and accept it or agree with it.
■ to change your opinion so that you now agree with someone or are no longer angry with them
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CF 1: This figurative usage above can be well understood in accordance with a more literal usage:
- Beryl came round this morning to apologize.
- Quite a lot of people came round to the house.
- I'll come around later and see how you are.
- Why don't you come round for lunch.
■ If someone comes around or comes round to your house, they call there to see you (=come over).
■ to come to someone's home or the place where they work in order to visit them (=come over)
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