come round

1. To happen or appear again and again in regular order.
And so Saturday night came around again.
I will tell him when he comes round again.
2.  {informal}
To get back health or knowledge of things; get well from sickness or a faint.
Someone brought out smelling salts and Mary soon came round.
Jim has come around after having had stomach ulcers.
3. To change direction,
The wind has come round to the south.
4.  {informal}
To change your opinion or purpose to agree with another's.
Tom came round when Dick told him the whole story.
Categories: {informal} {v.}