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To Get Over
Updated: 1/29/2020
To Get Over
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English Phrasal Verbs – To Get Over

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  • TO GET OVERTo overcome a problemExample: Tim hadn't got over his phobia of sharks
  • I've just seen Linda on a date. It looks like she has gotten over her break up.
  • You told me you had gotten over your fear of sharks.
  • TO GET OVERTo recover from an illness or injuryExample: It was going to take weeks for Adam to get over his bike accident.
  • Your leg is broken. It will take you at least 6 weeks to get over your injury.
  • What are some other ways you can illustrate the meaning of "to get over"?
  • TO GET OVERTo recover from feeling bad after a relationship has endedExample: Fred saw Linda on a date so she must have gotten over her breakup.
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