go over definition

  • verb:
    • To look at very carefully; to scrutinize; to assess.
    • generate a reply or impression.
    • To get a-try
    • hold an evaluation (of soldiers)
    • study in order to determine reliability, high quality, or condition
    • happen in a particular fashion
    • fall ahead and down
    • To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to evaluate.
    • To create an answer or impression.
    • To get a go
    • hold an assessment (of troops)
    • study so as to determine precision, high quality, or problem
    • take place in a certain way
    • fall ahead and down
    • to consider very carefully; to scrutinize; to investigate.
    • generate a reply or effect.
    • To get an attempt
    • hold an evaluation (of soldiers)
    • examine in order to figure out reliability, quality, or condition
    • happen in a certain fashion
    • fall forward and down
    • to check out carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
    • To create a reply or impression.
    • To get a try
    • hold a review (of troops)
    • examine in order to determine accuracy, high quality, or problem
    • happen in a specific fashion
    • autumn ahead and down
    • To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to investigate.
    • To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to evaluate.
    • To create an answer or impression.
    • to generate a response or impression.
    • To score a go
    • To get a go
    • hold an assessment (of troops)
    • hold an evaluation (of soldiers)
    • examine so as to figure out reliability, quality, or problem
    • study in order to determine precision, high quality, or problem
    • happen in a certain manner
    • take place in a certain way
    • fall ahead and down
    • fall forward and down
    • To look at carefully; to scrutinize; to investigate.
    • to check out carefully; to scrutinize; to investigate.
    • to produce a response or effect.
    • To score a go
    • hold an evaluation (of soldiers)
    • study to be able to figure out accuracy, quality, or condition
    • happen in a specific fashion
    • fall ahead and down
    • to check out carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
    • to produce a response or impression.
    • To score a try
    • hold an assessment (of soldiers)
    • to consider carefully; to scrutinize; to assess.
    • examine in order to determine precision, quality, or problem
    • generate an answer or effect.
    • take place in a particular manner
    • To get a go
    • fall forward and down
    • hold an assessment (of troops)
    • study in order to determine reliability, high quality, or condition
    • to check out carefully; to scrutinize; to analyze.
    • to produce an answer or effect.
    • to produce a response or impression.
    • take place in a certain fashion
    • To get a-try
    • fall forward and down
    • To score a try
    • hold an evaluation (of soldiers)
    • hold an evaluation (of troops)
    • examine to be able to figure out precision, quality, or condition
    • examine in order to figure out reliability, high quality, or condition
    • take place in a certain way
    • autumn ahead and down
    • take place in a particular fashion
    • fall ahead and down

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