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To read or peruse literature or reading material
“On the plane, I had to go over my notes and put together the speech, but I found it impossible to concentrate.”
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To study intensively, typically for an exam
“I decided to pull an all-nighter to go over the entire coursework for the semester.”
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To learn or be educated on a skill or topic
“Let's explore three popular kinds of oatmeal, and go over how to cook each one.”
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To examine, study, inspect or look over (something)
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“I go over the figures, checking and double-checking, just in case I may have got them wrong.”
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To practice or rehearse something through repetition
“You just sit in your dressing room and go over your lines by yourself. And I think that's rather difficult.”
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To do or say something again or repeatedly
“When she asked me to go over the steps yet again, I showed her a completely different movement sequence.”
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To give or recite an itemized account of
“Now, could you go over the list of appointments made during the time when Charles Joiner was the dean, and talk about the ones you remember?”
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To proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
“Dinner time did not go over as planned. Her children had no desire for any of the delicious food I had prepared. They only wanted hotdogs.”
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To deal with or be about a given topic or subject
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“The report will go over the issues raised by people during the consultation period and give the Council's response to these issues.”
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To read again
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Talk over again
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To proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
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To physically get or pass over something
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To make an inquiry
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To exceed or cross a given limit
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To perform checks and maintenance on (a device or piece of equipment)
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To formulate in one's mind
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To prepare a summary of something
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To think about in a new way, or to reconsider something
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To give reasons or cite evidence in support of an idea, action, or theory
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To check a piece of work for mistakes or errors
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To massage or caress with one's hands
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To draw, trace, or define the outer edge or shape of
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To change, or move, to an opposing or opposite side
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To put right
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To copy or create (the same thing) again, potentially with a variation
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To improve an existing but rusty or underdeveloped skill
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Search carefully and systematically
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To recall in one's memory
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To be received or accepted (in some way or manner)
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(in a play, film, or television) To perform a fictitious role
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To be or make a bridge over (something)
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To climb up or over (something high and steep)
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To discover again, especially something previously lost or forgotten
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To look or stare at someone or something, especially intently
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An act of changing to or adopting one thing in place of another
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