run about

run about
around
1) scorrazzare, correre qua e là
2) colloq. (have affair with)

to run around with — farsela o vedersi con

* * *
vi + adv
correre (di) qua e (di) là
* * *
around
1) scorrazzare, correre qua e là
2) colloq. (have affair with)

to run around with — farsela o vedersi con


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