From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsee around phrasal verb1see somebody around to notice someone regularly in places you go to, but not talk to themI don’t know who he is, but I’ve seen him around.2see you around spoken used to say goodbye to someone when you have not made a definitearrangement to meet again3see around/round something British EnglishLOOK AT to visit a place and walk around looking at itWould you like to see round the house? →see→ See Verb table
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see you around• "Have a good trip." "OK, see you around."• It's good to see you around again.• I never actually met her, but I've seen her around, and I heard a lot about her.• I had seen him around, frequently.• One can imagine a Sovietgeneralfuming to see it around her neck.• Why not the women I saw all around me, working from before dawn to dark?• There was Charlie and Polly at the boardinghouse and he had seen me around the city with-the girls at work.• She had seen them around the hotel for the last five days.• The scholarsees all around the issue, not the kind of preparation for political action or most power strategies.