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    Goes over

    What does this sentence mean?


    - The piece that goes over the hard drive is not there.

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    Re: Goes over

    This is not the phrasal verb 'goes over'; it's the verb 'goes' + prep.

    The piece that ought to be positioned over the HD is not there.

    b

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    Re: Goes over

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    This is not the phrasal verb 'goes over'; it's the verb 'goes' + prep.

    The piece that ought to be positioned over the HD is not there.

    b
    Thank you for clarifying it. Just a while back I was trying to check the phrasal verbs of this Web site and that was when I got confused. Because the meanings of the phrasal verb 'go over' seems not applicable to the sentence. Again, thank you.

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