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6 Translation results for to be over in Spanish

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do (something) over verb

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hacer (algo) de nuevo, volver a hacer (algo), rehacer (algo)

go over verb

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darle vueltas (a algo), revisar, analizar, repasar

Example sentences of
go over verb

  • He went over and hugged her.
  • After several years of supporting us, he went over to our competitors.
  • He went over all the arguments before making up his mind.
  • He tried to make a joke but it went over badly.
  • His sales pitch went over as expected and he saw a 200% increase in his commissions.

get over verb

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superar, consolarse de

Example sentences of
get over verb

  • She's disappointed about their decision, but she'll get over it eventually.
  • He broke up with his girlfriend a couple of months ago, and he still hasn't gotten over her.

all over

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por todas partes

Example sentences of
all over

  • I've looked all over - even outside - and I can't find my other shoe.
  • His writing style is his mentor's all over.
  • She was all over me for being late.
  • The band's fans were all over them.
  • Look at that young couple. They're all over each other!

run over verb

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atropellar; rebosar

Example sentences of
run over verb

  • Let's run over this dance number one more time.
  • I could run over right now if that's good for you.
  • The dog was run over by a car.

Synonyms of
run over verb

take over verb

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asumir el mando; tomar el poder de, tomar las riendas de

Example sentences of
take over verb

  • I'll take over for her until she gets back from her morning break.
  • Took over the responsibility of caring for the animals.

Reverse translation for to be over

hacer de nuevo  (algo) - to act, to make, to do, to perform, to force, to oblige 
volver a hacer  (algo)
rehacer  (algo) - to redo, to remake, to repair, to renew 
darle vueltas  (a algo)
revisar  - to examine, to inspect, to check, to go over, to check over, to overhaul (machinery), to revise 
analizar  - to analyze 
repasar  - to pass by again, to review, to go over, to circle back, to mend 
superar  - to surpass, to exceed, to overcome, to surmount 
atropellar  - to knock down, to run over, to violate, to abuse 
rebosar  - to overflow, to radiate 
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