When you do something after waiting a long time to do it (perhaps because you are too busy, or too lazy) you get around to it – you find the time to do it.
Examples of use:
1. We want to redecorate our house, but we never get around to it.
2. I’m always too busy to get around to completing my tax form.
3. You must get around to finishing your English homework before your next lesson.
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