1. get over
You'll get over this, Riley, I promise.
get over cold
In real life you have a bit more time to recover from the rejection, to get over it. / He helped me get over that.
How long do you think it usually takes people to get over a break-up?
It can take weeks to get over an illness like that. He got over his dog death.
get over the wall, get over the problem
How soon will Phoebe get over if her plans don’t work out?
Honey helps many people get over a cold
I cant get over that you got divorced
People get over all sorts of disabilities and recover from all sorts of things.
She was only just getting over the flu when she got a stomach bug. It took him years to get over the shock of his wife dying. It took her months to get over Rupert when he finished the relationship.
Katy was really upset when she failed the test. She thought she would never get over feeling so stupid.
She’s just getting over the flu. I can’t get over how short he is (= it surprised me).
Definition if you get over an illness or other problem, you become better again and things are back to normal
I need to get over that flu as soon as possible because I'm going on holiday in two weeks.