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    #1

    get over or get through

    If it's a boring day, do I want to get through/get the day over as quickly as possible? I'm asking this because I've been told that the best option would be "get through the day" not "get the day over"?

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    Re: get over or get through

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    If it's a boring day, do I want to get through/get the day over as quickly as possible? I'm asking this because I've been told that the best option would be "get through the day" not "get the day over"?
    You could say either "get through the day" or "get the day over with".

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