Phrasal verb: Go over
Spanish translation: 1. darles vueltas a algo, examinar, rumiar, analizar, 2. que algo sea aceptado
Definition: 1. To go over is to examine something, an issue, a topic, a situation, in more detail, 2. or, it can be a situation where you want something to be well received.
Used in sentences:
1. Can we go over the expenses again? I didn’t really understand where the money went.
2. The Human Resources department went over the policies and guidelines manual very carefully before sending it out.
3. I hope the 5-year strategy presentation with the Board goes over well.
Related words or phrases: examine, study, inspect, read over, scan, check, analyze, consider, weigh up, review, / well received, accepted