go over[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO OVER
But I took time to run into the bank and go over things carefully.
There is nothing to do but go over the revenue from the estate.
Suddenly it occurred to her that she could go over in the garden and see for herself.
Let me get my breath, and then we will go over and open the parsonage windows.
The water was now up to my breast, and I knew the schooner must go over.
Well, that I could have pardoned, if she had not been so base as to go over to Mrs. Luttridge.
"I've got to go over to Sudleigh, to meet the twelve o'clock," said he.
It may only be that he has not time, or does not make time, to go over them in the day.
"Fenn and I will go over to Mr. Armstrong's house this afternoon," said Bart.
Meanwhile, I will go over the papers and get them into tabulated form.'