English English Dictionary

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go over in English:

1. run over run over


He was run over and killed by a bus.
let's run over your project.
Walk on the pavement or you'll get run over.
The child was run over as he was crossing the road.
Let's run over this plan once more.
Gary's in hospital. He was run over by a car.
Some woman was run over by a drunk driver but she is fine.
Could you run over that point again- I'm afraid I didn't quite understand that.!

2. visit someone nearby visit someone nearby



3. move on move on



4. examine examine


Doctors examine their patients.
Examine the question in its entirety.
If you were to ask your banker where he invests his money, you would also have to ask your dentist to open his mouth so you could examine his teeth.
Would you like to examine the data in detail before we proceed?
In this paper I would like to examine the notion of "dyad style" and its influence on fine arts.
The goal of this report is to examine every advantage and disadvantage of this proposal.
Before we examine Emmet's theory, we must clarify the concept of 'internal symmetry.'
She was very shy about her emergency problem, and asked the gynecologist to please examine her.
They have called a special meeting to examine the proposal.
We should examine the quality of their services. He examined the engine and found the fault.
Candidates will be examined on their written and oral language skills.
there are many medical studies which examine the benefits of laughter - it reduces stress, it's good for your heart, things like that.
We need to examine how an accident like this can be avoided in the future.
First of all, I will ask you a few questions and then examine you.

5. to repeat something in order to explain it or make sure it is correct to repeat something in order to explain it or make sure it is correct



6. to search or examine something very carefully to search or examine something very carefully



7. revise revise


In the light of these facts, it may be necessary to revise our theory.
revised edition
Let's revise.
His helpfulness today has made me revise my original impression of him.
Europe needs to revise its current policy on authoritarian regimes and dictatorships.
He was instructed to revise the Safe Work Instructions for works on the traffic
The market will revise Azoty share price.
May I therefore ask when the Commission intends to revise the Eurovignette Directive?
Before the class test we must revise irregular verbs
Dave revised for the test all evening and managed to get a B+.
I revise a lot before exams so I can get goot marks
Over the years, microeconomic theories of utility optimization have been revised
Financial crisis spreading in Europe has led to Italy and Spain’s ratings being revised.
why is it so essential to revise all past work before an examination?
At the end, the conscientious girl gave up with her English homework, and started to revise her list of Ainu words.

8. repeat repeat


Repeat after me.
If you flunk this exam, you'll have to repeat the course.
Repeat what I have just told you.
Do you think something like that will repeat itself?
I was not being taught to experiment or even to repeat experiments.
If you repeat a joke two hundred fifty six times, it will set everybody's teeth on edge.
If you continue with the pointless arguments here...it'll end up as a repeat of yesterday.
Every time a man is begotten and born, the clock of human life is wound up anew to repeat once more its same old tune that has already been played innumerable times, movement by movement and measure by measure, with insignificant variations.
So, you'll go out with me if I don't have to repeat a year? "I don't care for 'what if' stories."
He made a firm resolution never to repeat it.
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
The emotion they gave me was exquisite, but I could not preserve it, nor could I indefinitely repeat it; the most beautiful things in the world finished by boring me.
In Japan we do not repeat a year until high school.
'Friends' is on tonight, but it's a repeat. I've seen it.
She kept repeating his name over and over again.

English word "go over"(repeat) occurs in sets:

All phrasal verbs

9. exceed exceed


I exceed the speed limit
Farmers in the EU are not allowed to exceed crop production quotas.
The company's 2005 revenue exceeds that of 2004.
The value of each present admitted duty-free may not, however, exceed EUR 1000.
Production costs have exceeded £60,000.
I am totally convinced that Europe will exceed our expectations.
There is no sin, and there can be no sin on all the earth, which the Lord will not forgive to the truly repentant! Man cannot commit a sin so great as to exhaust the infinite love of God. Can there be a sin which could exceed the love of God?
The revenues for the first month of 2011 exceed 1 000 000 yen.
thief exceed border
Cockpit temperatures in Malaysia exceed 50 degrees Celsius.
the technical potential for their use is very large, exceeding all other readily available sources.
If your order exceeds 2000 intems, we can offer you a further 10% discount
Our expenses exceed income.
what if the credit limit will be exceeded?
Do not exceed the stated dose prescribed by your veterinarian