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Verb: go over
  1. Hold a review (of troops)
    - review, survey
  2. Happen in a particular manner
    "how did your talk go over?";
    - go off, come off
  3. Examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition
    "go over the brakes";
    - check, check up on, look into, check out, suss out [Brit, informal], check over, check into, suss [Brit, informal], sus [Brit, informal]
  4. Fall forward and down
    "The old woman went over without a sound";
    - fall over

Derived forms: going over, gone over, went over, goes over

See also: look

Type of: analyse [Brit, Cdn], analyze [N. Amer], break down, canvass, collapse, come about, examine, fall out, go on, hap [archaic], happen, inspect, occur, pass, pass off, study, take place

Encyclopedia: Go over