In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1go around, go about
2.1(tackle, deal with)(task) acometer(task) emprenderyou'll be able to persuade them if you go about it the right way — los vas a poder convencer si encaras las cosas bien
- you're going about it the wrong way: lift this end first — lo estás haciendo mal, levanta esta punta primero
- to go about -ing
- how would you go about solving this equation? — ¿cómo harías para resolver esta ecuación?
2.2(occupy oneself with)to go about one's business — ocuparse de sus (or mis etc.) cosas
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