get over
تلفظ آنلاین

Oxford 3000 vocabularyIDIOM
فایق امدن بر ، (از سر خود) رفع کردن ، طی کردن ، از روی چیزی گذشتن ، به پایان رساندن ، علوم مهندسی: به پایان رساندن
get over
[verb]
Synonyms: recover from, come round, get better, mend, pull through, rally, revive, survive
English Thesaurus: recover, get better, get over something, get well, be back on your feet, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

get over (see also get)

1. ILLNESS get over something to become well again after an illness:
It’s taken me ages to get over the flu.

2. UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE get over something to begin to feel better after a very upsetting experience:
She never got over the death of her son.

3. IDEAS/INFORMATION get something ↔ over to succeed in communicating ideas or information to other people
get something ↔ over to
It’s important that we get this message over to young people.

4. FINISH SOMETHING get something over (also get something over with) to do and finish something difficult that you have to do:
I’ll be in touch once I’ve got my exams over.
I can’t wait to get the interview over with.

5. PROBLEM/DIFFICULTY get over something to successfully deal with a problem or difficulty:
I don’t know how we’re going to get over this problem.
Once we’ve got over the first few months, we should be making a reasonable profit.

6. can’t/couldn’t get over something spoken used to say that you are very surprised, shocked, or amused by something:
I can’t get over how well you look.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

get over
to overcome a difficulty, to recover from an illness or shock
The woman is having trouble getting over her father's death.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

get over something
to overcome a difficulty, to recover from an illness or shock
The woman is having trouble getting over her father's death.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

get over
v.
1. To finish.
Tom worked fast to get his lesson over.
2. To pass over.
It was hard to get over the muddy road.
3. To get well from; recover from.
The man returned to work after he got over his illness.
4. To accept or forget (a sorrow or suprise.)
It is hard to get over the death of a member of your family.
We could not get over the speed of Mary's recovery from pneumonia.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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