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I'm writing an essay for college admissions, and this snipped is highlighted by my auto-correct as incorrect:
There are many obstacles I face while working on a project, most of which take a lot of time and energy to fix or work around.
I can't see anything wrong with using work around in this context, but I'd like to know how to correctly use this phrase.