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go over (third-person singular simple present goes over, present participle going over, simple past went over, past participle gone over)

  1. Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see go,‎ over.
    I'm going over to my friend's house.
  2. (idiomatic) To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
    Please go over the reports to make sure we haven't missed anything.
  3. (idiomatic) To create a response or impression.
    Playing a radio in the office did not go over well with his coworkers.
  4. (rugby) To score a try
    • 2010 December 31, “Magners League: Cardiff Blues 27-25 Osprey”, in BBC[1]:
      But in the closing stages Bishop spotted a gap to go over and Hook converted to set up a nervous finish for the Blues, who managed to hold on.

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