1. To surround (an enemy, for example); enclose or entrap. 2. To go around; bypass: circumvented the city. 3. To avoid or get around by artful maneuvering: She planned a way to circumvent all the bureaucratic red tape
The close test doesn't check your knowledge well because it can be circumvented by elimination method.
watching Muscovite girls circumventing its cobbles in their Louboutin heels
Found way of circumventing law
We circumvented the problem by using a different program
Downing Street did not say what the leaders discussed, but political analysts see the meeting as a desperate last bid by May to circumvent the commission and curry favor for her plan.
We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States undetected, undocumented, unchecked, and circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently
English word "umgehen"(circumvent) occurs in sets: