around her

around her(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (encircling her)
a. alrededor de ella
Laura fainted. When she came to, a group of people were standing around her.Laura se desmayó. Cuando volvió en sí, había un grupo de personas de pie en torno a ella.
b. en torno a ella
The teacher stopped in front of a beautiful painting and the group of children gathered around her to listen to her explanation.La profesora se detuvo delante de una hermosa pintura y el grupo de niños se reunió en torno a ella para escuchar su explicación.
c. a su alrededor
Minnie looked around her but couldn't figure out where the voices where coming from.Minnie miró a su alrededor, pero no pudo distinguir de dónde venían las voces.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Mavis was happy to have all her friends and family around her.A Mavis le alegraba estar rodeada de sus amigos y familiares.
The inspector doesn't like to have people around her while she's working.A la inspectora no le gusta tener gente alrededor mientras trabaja.
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