On the move:
— Up and about.
of quantities Imprecise but fairly close to correct:
— In just about a minute.
— He's about 30 years old.
— I've had about all I can stand.
— We meet about once a month.
Roget 197: near, nigh; hard by, fast by; close to, close upon; hard upon; at the point of; next door to; within reach, within call, within hearing, within earshot; within an ace of; ... meer laten zien
All around or on all sides:
— Dirty clothes lying around (or about).
— Let's look about for help.
In the area or vicinity:
— A few spectators standing about.
Used of movement to or among many different places or in no particular direction:
— Wandering about with no place to go.
— People were rushing about.
— News gets around (or about).
In or to a reversed position or direction:
— About face.
In rotation or succession.
of actions or states Slightly short of or not quite accomplished; all but:
— The job is (just) about done.
Moby betekeniswoordenboek: again, aimlessly, all but, all over, all round, almost, along toward, alongside, anent, any which way, anyhow, anywise, approximately, apropos, apropos of, around, as for, as regards, as respects, as to ... meer laten zien.
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