ring round

ring round
phrasal verb ring round or ring around [intransitive/transitive]
Word forms "ring round":
present tense I/you/we/they ring round he/she/it rings round present participle ringing round past tense rang round past participle rung round
ring round/around someone/something to phone several people or companies etc in order to arrange something or to get information

I'll ring round some of my friends and see if they can help.

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