Phrasal Verb: Get over

Get over

Meaning: Recover from something, feel better

Example: It took me ages to GET OVER the bout of flu.

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Get over

Meaning: Solve, find a solution

Example: It took us a long time to GET OVER the problems with the computer system.

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Get over

Meaning: Communicate, make people understand

Example: He makes jokes to help GET his message OVER.

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Get over

Meaning: Be shocked or surprised that something if real or true

Example: I couldn&#039;t GET OVER how much weight he had put on.

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Get over

Meaning: Get to the other side

Example: We couldn&#039;t GET OVER the river because of the floods.

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Get over

Meaning: Come somewhere

Example: He said he needed help and ask me to GET OVER as soon as I could.

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