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Sentence count:170+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: checkcheck intocheck outcheck overcheck up oncome offfall overgo offlook intoreviewsurveysuss outSimilar words: over and overovercoveroverseeall overget overbe overoverallMeaning: v. 1. hold a review (of troops) 2. examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition 3. happen in a particular manner 4. fall forward and down. 
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(1) Mom, can I go over to Lisa's house?
(2) If you will write the article, I'll go over it and touch it up for you.
(3) I'm not sure that I understand. Go over it again.
(4) Go over to the other/far side of the room.
(5) Go over to your PC and boot it up.
(6) A rucksack has straps that go over the shoulders.
(7) Let's go over and help them pull the cart.
(8) Go over and help him.
(9) This matter will go over until the next session.
(10) Try not to go over the speed limit, Daniel.
(11) How did her speech go over?
(12) Your spending should not go over your income.
(13) Go over the lesson again.
(14) Go over your work before you hand it in.
(15) He crooked a finger to tell us to go over to him.
(16) She would go over the accident again and again in her mind, wishing that she could somehow have prevented it.
(17) Don't go over that line or your throw won't count.
(18) I always go over my revision notes just before I go into an exam.
(19) She had to go over the floor with a mop.
(20) "So you can all go over there and get shot," he said, with the sort of black humour common among British troops here.
(21) We must go over the accounts carefully before we settle them.
(22) He would go over his work again and again until he felt he had it right.
(23) We had to go over the same ground in class the next day.
(24) He was reprimanded for trying to go over the heads of senior officers.
(25) Could you go over the main points of your argument again, Professor?
(26) You need to go over the books again; there's a mistake somewhere.
(27) We didn't know whether the bill would go over or not.
(28) The Armed Forces could do away with conscription and go over to a volunteer system.
(29) I'm unclear about a couple of points in your proposal - could you go over them again?
(30) Rita's husband is away for the week, so I thought I'd go over and keep her company .
More similar words: over and overovercoveroverseeall overget overbe overoverallgovernorover thererecoverrun overlay overcover upuncoverhand overrecoverymoreoverblow overoverlookcoveragetalk overtake overmake overlook overturn overoverwhelmthink overovernightgovernment
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