Phrasal Verb: fool around

To fool around is to have fun, or to behave in a very silly way.

Example of use:
Will you tell the children to stop fooling around and do their homework, please?

infinitive – fool around

present simple – fool around and fools around

-ing form – fooling around

past simple – fooled around

past participle – fooled around

See also, muck about

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