PHRASAL VERBS Over 1

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TURN OVER something/someone. ------- The teacher told the students to "turn over" their exam papers and begin to work. --------------- TURN OVER something/someone.
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Voltear, dar vuelta.
to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

TURN OVER something/someone. ------- Melania said, Hey Donal, If you can't sleep just turn over onto your other side and try again... --------------- TURN OVER something/someone.
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Voltear, dar vuelta. to move so that you are facing in a different direction, especially when you are lying down, or or to move someone. or something in this way. (see: flip over).

HAND OVER something. ------ The thief had to "hand over" the money he’d stolen after he was caught by the police. --------------- HAND OVER something.
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Pasar, dar, entregar, a alguien mas algo.
to give something to someone else. (see also: give up).

HAND OVER something. ------ The driver was forced to "hand over" the car keys and was left standing on the roadside. --------------- HAND OVER something.
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Pasar, dar, entregar, a alguien mas algo. to give something to someone else. (see also: give up).

TAKE OVER. ----- The company’s new owner will "take over" next month, but until he does the current manager will be in charge. ------------------ TAKE OVER.
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Tomar el lugar de alguien.
to start doing a job or being responsible for something that someone else was doing or was responsible for before you.

TAKE OVER. ----- Who'll be "taking over" from Cynthia when she retires?. ---------------------------- to take over.
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Tomar el lugar de alguien. to start doing a job or being responsible for something that someone else was doing or was responsible for before you.

STOP OVER. ------ We’re going to China, and we’ll be "stopping over" in Hawaii for a couple of days on the way. --------------- STOP OVER.
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LLegar de pasada.
to stop somewhere for a period of time when you are on a long journey. (see also: stop off).

STOP OVER. ------ We "stopped over" in Los Angeles for two nights on the way to New Zealand. --------------- stop over.
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LLegar de pasada. to stop somewhere for a period of time when you are on a long journey. (see also: stop off).

SMOOTH something OVER. ------ My wife and I had a fight this morning, but we "smoothed things over" before the kids got up. --------------- SMOOTH something OVER.
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Suavizar las cosas, limar asperezas.
to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: patch up).

SMOOTH something OVER. ------ Would you like me to "smooth things over" between you and Nick?. --------------- smooth something over.
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Suavizar las cosas, limar asperezas. to try to improve your relationship with someone after an argument. (see also: patch up).

SMOOTH or SMOOTH OVER. ------ Sandra said, smooth the paint over" the wood before polishing. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar.
to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

SMOOTH or SMOOTH OVER. ------ Rossy Mendez "smoothed" on some moisturizer before she put on her makeup. --------------- smooth, or smooth over.
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Emparejar. to spread (something) over a surface to apply (something) by rubbing it on a surface to make it even.

Small plane, light aircraft.
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Avioneta.

LOOK something OVER ------- My father said, you should get a mechanic to "look the car over" before you buy it. --------------- LOOK something OVER.
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Revisar, checar.
to quickly examine something or someone. (see also: check over, go over).

LOOK something OVER ------- Jane said, I had a few minutes before the meeting to "look over" what Rose'd written. --------------- look something over.
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Revisar, checar. to quickly examine something or someone. (see also: check over, go over).

PUZZLE OVER, something. ------ Oviedo's been "puzzling over" whether to buy a new house. --------------------------------- PUZZLE OVER something.
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Pensar o preocuparse sobre, darle vueltas sobre un problema.
to think or worry for a long time about (something).

PUZZLE OVER, something. -------- Since Martin had been away for the summer, he was "puzzled over" his high utility bills. ------------------ puzzle over (something).
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Pensar o preocuparse sobre, darle vueltas sobre un problema. to think or worry for a long time about (something).

WIN OVER, or WIND AROUND somebody. ------ It took a lot of persuasion, but we finally "won George Barriga over" and he’s agreed to help us out. ---------------------- WIN OVER, or WIND AROUND somebody.
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Tratar de convencer a alguien. lavar el cerebro.
to try to convince someone, to persuade someone to support you or to agree to do something, often when they did not agree with you before. (see also: talk round, bring around).

WIN OVER, or WIND AROUND somebody. ----- The lawyer Peter Limps used charm and clever arguments to "win over" the jury. ---------------------- WIN OVER, or WIND AROUND somebody.
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Tratar de convencer a alguien. lavar el cerebro. to try to convince someone, to persuade someone to support you or to agree to do something, often when they did not agree with you before. (see also: talk round, bring around).

MIST OVER, or MIST UP. ------- Alicia's eyes "misted up" as she spoke of her daughter. ------- MIST OVER, or MIST UP.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas.
of a person's eyes, to fill with tears. (eyes: become teary).

MIST OVER, or MIST UP. ------- Michelle Obama's eyes "misted over" as she thought of her old friends. ------- MIST OVER, or MIST UP.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas.
of a person's eyes, to fill with tears. (eyes: become teary).

MIST OVER, or MIST UP. ------- Ceci "misted over" as she cut the onions. ------ MIST OVER, or MIST UP.
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Humedecerse de lagrimas, llenarse de lágrimas. of a person's eyes, to fill with tears; (eyes: become teary).

TURN something OVER ------- Melania turned the idea of living in Paris over in her mind. ------ TURN something OVER.
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Reflexionar sobre algo, pensar, analizar bien algo.
to think carefully about all the details of something.

TURN something OVER ------- Emmy kept turning over the problem in his mind, trying to find a solution. ------ TURN something OVER.
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Reflexionar sobre algo, pensar, analizar bien algo. to think carefully about all the details of something.

CHEW OVER ------ Officials meet regularly to chew over the future of the company. ------ CHEW OVER.
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Discutir, deliberar algo.
to think about something carefully or discuss it carefully with other people before making a decision about it.

CHEW OVER ------ David chewed over the matter for a few days before making a decision. ------ CHEW OVER.
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Discutir, deliberar algo. to think about something carefully or discuss it carefully with other people before making a decision about it.

MULL OVER ------ Company executives are mulling over what to do with the building. ------- MULL OVER.
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Darle vueltas, rumiar, reflexionar.
to think carefully about something over a period of time.

MULL OVER ------ Company executives are mulling over what to do with the building. ------- MULL OVER.
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Darle vueltas, rumiar, reflexionar. to think carefully about something over a period of time.


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