get about

get about
a) To be mobile, physically active.

I cant get about so much since I hurt my hip.

b) To become widely known (also get out).

The first walk I took when I grew stronger and was able to get about was up to Aunt Janes, notwithstanding she had never so much as been to ask after me all these days.


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