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Noun
A thorough inspection, or an act of doing so
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“A quick going-over reveals all screws and mounting bolts seem to be tight, which is an important check before you run a car like this.”
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A thorough cleaning, or an act of doing so
“The cleaner came to us every day with fresh towels and gave the room a going-over each time.”
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An act of improving or restoring something
“Auto experts recommend that car owners turn to a mechanic to give their car a going-over when needed.”
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A physical attack or beating
“His master might take him and give him a real going-over with his fists.”
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A verbal attack or chastisement
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“Our manager gave us a right going-over in the changing room after the game.”
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An instance of looking, usually brief
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Any overwhelming defeat, as in a game or sport
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A practice or trial performance of a play or other work for later public performance
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