get over
phrasal 1. a. overcome, surmount b. to recover from c. to reconcile oneself to ; become accustomed to 2. to move or travel across

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • get over — {v.} 1. To finish. * /Tom worked fast to get his lesson over./ 2. To pass over. * /It was hard to get over the muddy road./ 3. To get well from; recover from. * /The man returned to work after he got over his illness./ 4. To accept or forget (a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get over — {v.} 1. To finish. * /Tom worked fast to get his lesson over./ 2. To pass over. * /It was hard to get over the muddy road./ 3. To get well from; recover from. * /The man returned to work after he got over his illness./ 4. To accept or forget (a… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get\ over — v 1. To finish. Tom worked fast to get his lesson over. 2. To pass over. It was hard to get over the muddy road. 3. To get well from; recover from. The man returned to work after he got over his illness. 4. To accept or forget (a sorrow or… …   Словарь американских идиом

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