Get Over

How to Conjugate Get Over

  • Infinitive: Get Over
  • Present Tense: Get Over/ Gets Over
  • -ing Form: Getting Over
  • Past Tense: Got Over
  • Past Participle: Gotten Over
Get Over is a non-separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Get Over:

1. To move past an obstacle to the other side.

Examples: What’s the best way to get over the wall?
The blizzard made it impossible for the mountaineers to get over the mountain.

2. To stop feeling bad or stop thinking about something.

Examples: He hasn’t quite gotten over his breakup with his partner.
People need to get over what happened in the past and focus on the future.

3. To move towards someone or something.

Examples: Hurry and get over to the window to close it. The rain is coming!
Get over here and let me fix your hair.

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