To Avoid x To Get Around

Ele deveria evitar comer muito durante a noite.

1) He should avoid eating a lot overnight.
2) He should get around to eat a lot overnight.

Both of above sentences are right? Could I use them in the same context? Please, correct me If I am wrong...

I'd like to thank you.
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The first sentence is the only one that actually makes any sense, but you should adjust so it reads:

He should avoid eating too much at night.

You are welcome.
luizamartins escreveu:The first sentence is the only one that actually makes any sense, but you should adjust so it reads:

He should avoid eating too much at night.

You are welcome.


So... What would be the appropriete situation to "Get Around" phrasal verb?

Thank you.
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You shouldn't use the phrasal "get around" right and left. You will use it, however, on sentences like these:

He always finds ways to get around the subject and turn it back on the person asking questions.
José managed to get around the fact that smoking kills by not falling sick, not even once in his latter years.
You can't get around the problem by pretending it doesn't exist.
Joãozinho, José and you managed to get around the problem in the end.
Do you know of any way to get around having to create another password?

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