3 = make + the rounds, range, pump, cruise, drive, drive along.Ex. You may have seen the lines making the rounds of library e-mail: 'A Zen librarian searched for 'nothing' on the Internet and received 28 million hits'.Ex. We will be bringing scholars from all over the world both to range widely in our multiform collections and put things together rather than just take them apart.Ex. All air entering the building should be pumped through tanks of water to remove pollutants.Ex. The system also has an add-on, which allows users with low vision to cruise the Internet using a low vision interface.Ex. Tomás Hernández drove cautiously in the torrential rain, trying not to swerve on the slick pavement of the turnpike.Ex. A motorist who drove along 20ft of a railway line told police officers his sat nav had directed him to turn on to the track.----* apto para circular = roadworthy.* circulaba el rumor de que = rumour had it that.* circula el rumor de que = rumour has it that.* circular de uno a otro = flow + back and forth.* circular libremente = wander + at large.* circular por = navigate (through).* dejar de circular = drop out of + circulation.* hacer circular = pass around.* hacer circular por = circulate round.* rumor + circular = rumour + circulate.
Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.
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