8 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Over’
How many times have you wished you knew phrasal verbs better? Well, here is your chance to learn 8 really hot phrasal verbs with “over” you can use in everyday situations.
Meaning: to have control of something.
Ex: A much bigger company took over the business.
Meaning: to move on the side of the road.
Ex: The police officer asked him to pull over.
Meaning: to spend the night in another place than your own.
Ex: I let the children sleep over at Sam’s.
Meaning: to drive over someone or something with a vehicle.
Ex: Last night, Paul ran over a cat with his car.
TALK SOMETHING OVER
Meaning: to discuss a problem or a plan with someone before you make the final decision.
Ex: Let me talk this over with my husband before I make up my mind.
BE OVER SOMEONE/SOMETHING
Meaning: to move on from, to finish.
Ex: He broke up with his girlfriend last month but I don’t think he’s over her yet.
BE ALL OVER SOMETHING
Meaning: be very interested or involved in something.
Ex: That product was a big hit and many companies were all over it.
GO (LOOK) OVER
Meaning: to look at something in a detailed way.
Ex: They must go over the project before they implement it.
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