go over
I. phrasal 1. examine 2. a. repeat b. study, review II. intransitive verb Date: 1645 1. to make one's way <
going over to the store for supplies
>
2. to become converted 3. a. to win approval ; succeed <
glad it went over
>
b. to be received <
the film went over well
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • go over — {v.} 1. To examine; think about or look at carefully. * /The teacher went over the list and picked John s name./ * /The police went over the gun for fingerprints./ 2. To repeat; do again. * /Don t make me go all over it again./ * /We painted the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go over — {v.} 1. To examine; think about or look at carefully. * /The teacher went over the list and picked John s name./ * /The police went over the gun for fingerprints./ 2. To repeat; do again. * /Don t make me go all over it again./ * /We painted the… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • go over — Ⅰ. go over (sth) ► to become or make something become greater than a particular limit of time, money, etc. : »These additional costs made the project go over. »Be prepared to go over budget. Main Entry: ↑over Ⅱ. UK US go over sth Phrasal Verb… …   Financial and business terms

  • go over — [v1] review analyze, examine, inspect, investigate, look at, peruse, practice, read, rehearse, reiterate, repeat, revise, riffle through*, scan, skim, study, thumb through*; concepts 24,103 Ant. ignore, neglect go over [v2] succeed be impressive …   New thesaurus

  • go over — ► go over 1) examine or check the details of. 2) be received in a specified way. Main Entry: ↑go …   English terms dictionary

  • go over — index check (inspect), examine (study), overstep, peruse, reaffirm, recapitulate, reconsider …   Law dictionary

  • go over — “to review point by point,” 1580s …   Etymology dictionary

  • go over — phrasal verb Word forms go over : present tense I/you/we/they go over he/she/it goes over present participle going over past tense went over past participle gone over 1) a) go over something [transitive] to check something carefully Could you go… …   English dictionary

  • go over — Synonyms and related words: apostacize, apostatize, autopsy, battologize, be blooded, be successful, bolt, bone, break away, canvass, catch on, change sides, check, check out, check over, check up on, click, come off, con, connect, contemplate,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • go over — v. 1) (d; intr.) ( to pass ) to go over to (to go over to the attack) 2) (d; intr.) to go over to ( to desert to ) (to go over to the enemy) * * * [ gəʊ əʊvə] (d; intr.) ( to pass ) to go over to (to go over to the attack) (d; intr.) to go over… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • go\ over — v 1. To examine; think about or look at carefully. The teacher went over the list and picked John s name. The police went over the gun for fingerprints. 2. To repeat; do again. Don t make me go all over it again. We painted the house once, then… …   Словарь американских идиом

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