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go over / examinar
go over   go
A. -intransitive verb + preposition
1. (=examine, check)
[+report, figures]   examinar,   revisar
2. (=rehearse, review)
[+speech, lesson]   repasar,   revisar
·to go over something in one'noun mind
·repasar algo mentalmente
·let'noun go over the facts again
·repasemos los hechos otra vez
3. (=touch up)   retocar
4. (=pass over)
[+wall]   pasar por encima de
·to go over the same ground: we went over the same ground time and again, trying to sort out the facts
·volvimos a lo mismo una y otra vez, intentando esclarecer los hechos
B. -intransitive verb + adverb
1. ·to go over to
1.1. (=cross over to)   cruzar a   (figurative)   (changing habit, sides etcetera)   pasarse a
·to go over to America
·ir a América
·shall we go over to Inga'noun?
·¿vamos a casa de Inga?
·to go over to the enemy
·pasarse al enemigo
1.2. (=approach)   acercarse a,   dirigirse a
2. (=be received)   recibirse
·how did it go over?
·¿qué tal fue recibido or se recibió?
·his speech went over well
·su discurso tuvo buena acogida
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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