What does it mean by "a way around something"?
When we use the phrase "way around something" the context is that we are trying to successfully avoid something. In this case it means that they need to think of a way out of this situation, despite the fact they are having problems and setbacks. Ex: We need to find a way around this traffic jam if we're ever going to get to the restaurant. Ex: We'll find a way around your punishment, even if we have to sneak you out of the house. Ex: I don’t see any way around this issue.
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