Phrasal Verb: Go over

Phrasal Verb: Go over


Meaning: Look at something, revise

Example: We WENT OVER our notes before the exam.

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Phrasal Verb: Go over


Meaning: Visit

Example: I hadn't seen her for a while, so I WENT OVER on Friday night.

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Meaning: Be approved or accepted

Example: My plans WENT OVER well.

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Meaning: Repeat or explain

Example: Could you GO OVER that point again, please?

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Meaning: Clean

Example: I WENT OVER the living room with the vacuum cleaner before they arrived.

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