work it around - work around it - workaround it



Exception would be convenient here, but we can work it around.

If "work around" it is not a transitive verb, I should write "can work around it". Now I even doubt if it is correct at all to use "to work around" instead of "to workaround".


edited Jan 19 '11 at 12:28 Roman Vorushin New member

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This example is a bit difficult to correct without more context.  


However, given the information provided, you should write: "can work around it."  'Work' and 'around' should be two separate words.

link comment answered Jan 19 '11 at 11:53 Kimberly Expert

Work around it. You understood statement.

link comment answered Jul 21 '16 at 03:25 Irwin New member

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