traverse, track, cover, cross, pass over, get over, get across, cut through, cut across(verb)
travel across or pass over
"The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
pass across, sweep, chase after, overcompensate, handle, cut through, deal, shroud, continue, come home, span, comprehend, embrace, hybridize, interbreed, encompass, cut across, address, give chase, spoil, get well, surmount, go after, crosscut, pass through, plow, skip over, intersect, put over, tail, insure, brood, foil, penetrate, tag, master, trail, get through, click, report, transit, wipe, hide, frustrate, sink in, scotch, bounce back, overcome, compensate, cross, breed, traverse, underwrite, chase, move through, subdue, baffle, pass over, spread over, enshroud, jump, overlay, skip, overfly, track, cover, extend, wrap up, cover up, deny, incubate, crossbreed, dawn, thwart, bilk, get across, treat, hybridise, dog, hatch, fall into place
to bring (a necessary but unpleasant task) to an end
"Let's get this job over with"; "It's a question of getting over an unpleasant task"
get well, get over, bounce back(verb)
improve in health
"He got well fast"
overcome, get over, subdue, surmount, master(verb)
get on top of; deal with successfully
"He overcame his shyness"
chasten, cut through, bounce back, overwhelm, master, inhibit, conquer, quash, sweep over, whelm, surmount, scale, get the best, cut across, have the best, dominate, suppress, outmatch, exceed, outgo, outperform, defeat, outstrip, crucify, subjugate, get the hang, reduce, control, surpass, subdue, curb, stamp down, traverse, subordinate, tame, pass over, get well, mortify, outdo, cover, repress, cross, overtake, get across, overcome, keep down, track, overpower, get the better of
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How to use get over in a sentence?
This is something you train for. You get your body used to getting in to the cold water and get over that cold shock.
Trump is genuinely interested in making peace. He's been very consistent about that. I think he sees it as a personal challenge, and he had to get over bad relations with Gulf countries, especially Saudi Arabia, and part of that is that the Saudis have made it clear to him that if he's thinking of creating (a regional) anti-Iranian bloc, at least part of that has to be a semblance of a peace process with the Palestinians.
Especially with having a kiddo with a medical history, we scrutinize every little thing we do now. Add to that the anxiety I have that our kids won't get over the trauma of the experience.
The pain will linger, i don't know that you ever get over it.
A golf course is the epitome of all that is transitory in the universe, a space not to dwell in, but to get over as quickly as possible.
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- verschmerzen, überwindenGerman
- päästä yli, voittaa, ylittääFinnish
- გადალახვა, დაძლევა, შეგუებაGeorgian
- смириться, преодолеть, преодолевать, смирятьсяRussian
- komma överSwedish
- üstesinden gelmek, aşmak, yenmek, teselli bulmakTurkish
- vượt quaVietnamese
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