Phrasal verb: Get around to
Spanish translation: empezar, iniciar algo que se había postergado
Definition: To get around to is to finally do something that you have put off or delayed or were too busy to do before.
Used in sentences:
1. I finally got around to writing up that financial report.
2. They were able to get around to hiring the project manager who was working for another firm.
3. When you get around to making your phone calls, can you please add this customer?
Related words or phrases: to finally start, begin, commence, focus on