Come around: To visit someone in their house; To change your mind, often influenced by another person’s opinion; Recover consciousness, be restored to a normal condition, as in The smelling salts quickly made her come round. [Mid-1800s]; (of a regular event) To happen again at its usual time.
中文释义：Come around，去某人家里拜访；常因为他人看法的影响而改变想法，回心转意，它还有恢复意识、恢复某种按部就班的状态的意思；come around是句万金油句子,在安慰和说服别人的场合非常实用。
例句：My friends will come round for tea this afternoon. （下午我朋友们会来家里喝茶。）He will come round to my point of view, I’m sure. （我肯定，他会改变他的看法，同意我的。）She fainted and fell over, but she came round in a minute. （她昏了摔倒了，但是一分钟后恢复了意识。）December again! Christmas comes round so quickly! （又是12月了！圣诞节来得太快了！）