PHRASAL VERBS Over 2

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Noe Ramirez said, I was nearly "run over" by a bus this morning. If Jhon Orack hadn’t yelled out, I could’ve been killed. --------------- run something/somebody over.
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Atropellar. to hit someone or something with a vehicle and drive over them, injuring or killing them. (see also: run down).

I'm so sorry neighbor; I accidentally "ran over" your cat!. -------------------------- run something/somebody over.
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Atropellar. to hit someone or something with a vehicle and drive over them, injuring or killing them. (see also: run down).

Essy said, no need to drive me all the way home. If you "pull over" here, I’ll jump out and catch a bus. --------------- pull over.
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Orillarse, hacerse a un lado. to drive a car to the side of the road in order to stop. (see also: pull in, pull up).

Manuel Oviedo said, I was looking for somewhere to "pull over" my car so I could have a look at the map. --------------- pull over.
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Orillarse, hacerse a un lado. to drive a car to the side of the road in order to stop. (see also: pull in, pull up).

Lorenzo said, hey Tribilin, I’m sorry to hear you didn’t get the promotion this time, but I’m sure you’ll get it next time. They won’t pass you over again. --------------- pass somebody over.
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No considerar, no tomar en cuenta, pasar por alto. to not give someone a job or a higher position and give it to someone else who is younger or less experienced.

Cathy Williams claims that she was "passed over" because she was pregnant. --------------- PASS somebody OVER.
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Cathy Williams claims that she was "pass in English
No considerar, no tomar en cuenta, pasar por alto. to not give someone consideration for a job or a higher position and give it to someone else who is younger or less experienced.

Celin Dion never throws food away. If there’s anything left over, she wraps it up and puts it in the fridge. --------------- (be) left over.
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Sobrante, lo que quedo. if an amount of money or food is left over, it remains when the rest has been used or eaten.

Laura Gonzalez said, there was $10 "left over" after we'd bought the present so we bought some flowers as well. --------------- (be) left over.
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Sobrante, lo que quedo. if an amount of money or food is left over, it remains when the rest has been used or eaten.

Obama's speech "went over" really well. Everyone loved it. ---------------------------- go over.
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Caer bien o mal, ser bien o mal recibido. to produce a particular reaction. (see also: go down).

Lalo said, last night’s performance "went over" very well. --------------------------- go over.
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Caer bien o mal, ser bien o mal recibido. to produce a particular reaction. (see also: go down).

Oviedo still can’t "get over" the fact that he came top of his class in the English exam. He really was surprised. --------------- can't/couldn't get over something.
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Recuperarse, sobreponerse, ponerse mejor. if someone can't get over something, they are very surprised or shocked that something has happened or that something is true. (Note: Often negative, as in ‘I can’t get over winning).

I couldn't "get over" how much weight Elias had lost. --------------- can't/couldn't get over something.
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Recuperarse, sobreponerse, ponerse mejor. if someone can't get over something, they are very surprised or shocked that something has happened or that something is true. (Note: Often negative, as in ‘I can’t get over winning).

Julio Cesar Chavez said, my little boy was running along when he tripped and fell over and hurt his knee. --------------- fall over.
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Tropezarse con. to hit your foot against something when you are walking and fall, or almost fall. (See also: trip over). to hit your foot against something when you are walking and fall, or almost fall. (See also: trip over).

Don Pedro said, the shop is full of boxes and people keep falling over them. --------------- fall over.
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Tropezarse con. to hit your foot against something when you are walking and fall, or almost fall. (See also: trip over). to hit your foot against something when you are walking and fall, or almost fall. (See also: trip over).

When Kenny G came into the room, we moved over to make room for him and he sat down on the sofa next to us. --------------- move over.
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Moverse para hacer espacio, recorrerse. to change the place where you are sitting, driving or standing so that there is space for someone else to sit, pass or stand.

If you move over a bit, Ceci can sit next to me. --------------- move over.
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Moverse para hacer espacio, recorrerse. to change the place where you are sitting, driving or standing so that there is space for someone else to sit, pass or stand.

Ines told me, I’m inviting a few friends over for dinner on Saturday night. Would you like to come?. --------------- invite somebody over/around.
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Invitar a alguien de visita a tu casa. to ask someone to come to your home. (see also: ask over /around, have over).

We haven't invited Christine's parents over yet. --------------- invite somebody over/around.
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Invitar a alguien de visita a tu casa. to ask someone to come to your home. (see also: ask over /around, have over).

Maria Ovi said, we’re having some friends over to our new house for a barbecue on Saturday afternoon. --------------- have somebody over.
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Tener a alguien de visita. if you have someone over, they come to your house to visit you or to stay with you. (see also: ask over /around invite over / around).

Jane said, we had some friends over last night. --------------- have somebody over.
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Tener a alguien de visita. if you have someone over, they come to your house to visit you or to stay with you. (see also: ask over /around invite over / around).

The child tripped over the toys on the floor and fell down. ------------------------------------ trip over.
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Tropezarse con. to catch your foot on something and fall or almost fall. (See also: fall over).

Manuel said, someone will trip over that cable. ------------------------------------ trip over.
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Tropezarse con. to catch your foot on something and fall or almost fall. (See also: fall over).

Tribilin and Manuel "hashed out" their differences and are friends again. ----------------------------------------- hash over/out (something).
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Debatir. (informal, especially in the (U.S). to discuss or talk about something thoroughly in order to reach an agreement or decide something.

Martin and Gladis spent quite a bit of time "hashing over" the problem. --------------------- hash over/out (something).
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Debatir. (informal, especially in the (U.S). to discuss or talk about something thoroughly in order to reach an agreement or decide something.

Martin and Gladis spent quite a bit of time hashing (BLANK) the problem.
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over. or out. --- Martin and Gladis spent quite a bit of time hashing over the problem.

Tribilin and Manuel hashed (BLANK) their differences and are friends again.
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over. or out. --- Tribilin and Manuel hashed out their differences and are friends again.

Edgar's new boss was always hovering over him and making him feel uncomfortable and nervous. ----------------- (hover over) someone.
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estar encima de, rondar. to stay very close to a person or place.

Waiters hovered near our table. ----------------- (hover over) someone.
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estar encima de, rondar. to stay very close to a person or place.

Watch as the hummingbird hovers over the flowers. ----------------- (hover over) something/someone.
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flotar sobre. to float in the air without moving in any direction.

Helicopters hovered above us. ----------------- (hover over) something/someone.
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flotar sobre. to float in the air without moving in any direction.


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