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Phrasal Verb - Get Over

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This cartoon looks at two of the meanings of the phrasal verb get over.

get over: get to the other side.
"The schoolboy finished last in the hurdle-race because he was too short to get over the hurdles."
"Because of the heavy snow the car could not get over the hill."

get over: recover from something, feel better after having a sickness or problem
"It took me a few days to get over my cold."
"I was very sad when my grandmother died, it took me a long time to get over it."

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