go about

go about  {v.}
1. To be busy with; keep busy at or working on; start working on; do.
Bobby is going about his homework very seriously tonight.
Just go about your business and don't keep looking out of the window.
How will you go about building the bird house?
Syn.: GO AT (2).
2a. To move from one place or person to another.
Some people go about telling untrue stories.
2b. To go together. — Usually used with "with".
Mother doesn't want me to go about with Jane and her friends any more.
Syn.: GO AROUND (1b).
Categories: verb