Definition of get_over_it
1. get_over [ v ] travel across or pass over
Examples: "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
(Ernest Becker, Zen: A Rational Critique. New York: W.W....)
Thereupon Hwang_Pah said : '' If I knew thou art an Arhat , I would have doubled you up before thou got_over there `` !
(Richard Sanders Allen, "When Fogg Flew the Mail"...)
`` But Fogg '' , they countered , `` we can n't get_over there .
(James D. Horan, The Shadow Catcher....)
Once we get_over the mountains others will come_along .
(Todhunter Ballard, The Night Riders....)
`` The road 's washed badly '' , said Dill , `` but there 's a trail you can get_over with a horse .Synonyms cross cover cut_across traverse get_over cut_through pass_over get_across track Related Terms pass walk crisscross hop bridge ford stride tramp drive course jaywalk path crossing traverser traversal
2. get_over [ v ] improve in health
Examples: "He got well fast"
(Bell I. Wiley, "Home Letters of Johnny Reb and Billy...)
A Michigan soldier stationed in Georgia wrote in 1864 : `` I expect to be tough as a knott as_soon_as I get_over the Georgia Shitts '' .Synonyms bounce_back get_over pull_round get_well Related Terms get_worse better
3. get_over [ v ] to bring (a necessary but unpleasant task) to an end
Examples: "Let's get this job over with" "It's a question of getting over an unpleasant task"
4. get_over [ v ] get on top of; deal with successfully
Examples: "He overcame his shyness"
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