PHRASAL VERBS Over 3

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Kaz "scooted over" so he could sit down. -------- scoot over.
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correrse, moverse a un lado. to move somewhere quickly.

Can you "scoot over" a little Quito?. ------- scoot over.
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correrse, moverse a un lado. to move somewhere quickly.

Why don’t you "come over" after work said Martin, and I’ll show you my new computer?. I get home around six so come over any time after that. --------------- come over.
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Venir de visita. to visit someone at their house. (see also: come around).

Ines said, some friends "came over" last Sunday and we had a barbecue. --------------- come over.
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Venir de visita. to visit someone at their house. (see also: come around).

Gerardo "checked the car over" and didn’t find any serious problems, so he bought it. --------------- check over something.
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Revisar, checar algo. Check something very carefully. (see also: go over, look over).

I "check over" the accounts every month to make sure they’re correct. --------------- check over something.
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Revisar, checar algo. Check something very carefully. (see also: go over, look over).

Damasso junir said, after a virus attacked our computers and destroyed a very important database, we decided to "change over" to Mac computers. --------------- (change over) to something.
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Cambiar otra vez a otra cosa. to stop using or having one thing and start using or having something else instead. (see also: move over).

Will the U.S. ever "change over" to the metric system of weights and measures?. --------------- (change over) to something.
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Cambiar otra vez a otra cosa. to stop using or having one thing and start using or having something else instead. (see also: move over).

The story of Bill Clinton's affair was in the newspapers for a while, but it soon "blew over" and nobody heard anything more about it. ----------------------------- blow over.
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irse olvidando, pasar al olvido. if an unpleasant situation [e.g. argument] blows over, it gradually becomes less important and is then forgotten. (see also: die down).

Luis Gutierrez said, like most arguments in the congress, after a few days it just "blew over". ----------------------------- blow over.
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irse olvidando, pasar al olvido. if an unpleasant situation [e.g. argument] blows over, it gradually becomes less important and is then forgotten. (see also: die down).

Ken was "bowled over" by the news that Barbie was having a baby. He was very surprised and happy. --------------- (be) bowled over.
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Impresionar, sorprender, dejar atónito. to surprise or please someone a lot. (see also: (be) knocked out).

When we first visited Italy we were just "bowled over" by its beauty. --------------- (be) bowled over.
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Impresionar, sorprender, dejar atónito. to surprise or please someone a lot. (see also: (be) knocked out).

We’re "asking some friends over" said Maria Ovi to our new apartment for dinner on Saturday night. --------------- ask somebody over, or ask somebody around.
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Invitar a venir de visitar. to invite someone to come to your house. (see also: invite over /around).

Lalo said, I've "asked Javier and David over" to dinner next Saturday. --------------- ask somebody over, or ask somebody around.
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Invitar a venir de visita. to invite someone to come to your house. (see also: invite over /around).

During the soccer game, one of the players "keeled over" and fell to the ground. His team-mates ran over to see what was wrong with him. --------------- keel over.
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Colapsar, desfalleser, derrumbarse, caerse al suelo. to fall down, to fall over suddenly as in a faint. (see also: fall over).

Juan Gabriel just "keeled over" and died. We found out later that he'd had a heart attack. --------------- keel over.
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Colapsar, desfalleser, derrumbarse, caerse al suelo. to fall down, to fall over suddenly as in a faint. (see also: fall over).

George Bush boat's "keeled over" in the storm and the crew drowned. --------------- keel over.
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Colapsar, desfalleser, derrumbarse, caerse al suelo. to fall down, to fall over suddenly as in a faint. (see also: fall over).

Jackelin's really "keen on" cycling, so let's get her a new bike. --------------- keen on.
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Entusiasta, ansioso, fanático, aficionado. to be eager for wanting to do something or wanting something to happen very much.

April said, I'm "keen on" going to a rock festival sometime during the summer. --------------- keen on.
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Entusiasta, ansioso, fanático, aficionado. to be eager for wanting to do something or wanting something to happen very much.

The cab was waiting outside, the engine "ticking over". -------------- tick over/along. (UK).
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En marcha. prendido, funcionando. to make progress or operate steadily but not very well without any serious problems. (British & Australian).

Jane said hey Mike, Just keep things "ticking over" while I'm away. -------------- tick over/along. (UK).
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En marcha. prendido, funcionando. to make progress or operate steadily but not very well without any serious problems. (British & Australian).

The big red dog Clifford was so excited that he ran up and "bowled over" little Damian. ------ bowl over.
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Tumbar, derribar, tirar al suelo. to hit and push down (someone or something) while quickly moving past.

Julio said, my coworker and I we were almost "bowled over" by the wind. ------ bowl over.
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Tumbar, derribar, tirar al suelo. to hit and push down (someone or something) while quickly moving past.

Grandpha made over the property to his eldest son. ----- make over.
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ceder, transferir. to legally give something to somebody.

Lupe "made over" the property to her brother in law. ----- make over.
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ceder, transferir. to legally give something to somebody.

Ines and Maggy made their kitchen over and now have granite countertops. ----- make something over.
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Remodelar. to change something in order to make it look different or use it for a different purpose; to give somebody a different appearance by changing their clothes, hair, etc.

The interior of the building in Chicago has been made completely over. ----- make something over.
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Remodelar. to change something in order to make it look different or use it for a different purpose; to give somebody a different appearance by changing their clothes, hair, etc.


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