To go over something

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Definition

we've already been over this: we've already discussed or looked at this
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to go over something: to review, to check, to inspect, to examine something
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We've already gone over the main events. Now we just need to look at the details.

Examples

  • "I could set Brian up with the sales team, and they could go over the essentials, you know: charts, facts, figures and whatnot."
  • "This will be followed by our customary round-table discussion, where everyone will have a chance to go over this year's figures and talk about the direction in which the company is moving."
  • "I went over the agreement very thoroughly and you seem to be secure when it comes to all of the shareholders."
  • "Philip : I already have it with me actually we could go over- No, I don't want to go over it now!"
  • "We could go over it this afternoon!"
  • "Bruno : Jean, we've been over this!"
  • "I'll give you two a bit of time to go over your strategy."
  • "After reading about what happened at Dulce and Carpaccio, I was thinking that maybe it's time to go over our shareholder's agreement here at Delavigne."
  • "Bob : Yes, we've been over this before."
  • "Philip : Let's meet here at 7:30 and we'll go over the account."

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