What is another word for gone over?

Pronunciation: [ɡɒn ˈə͡ʊvə] (IPA)

"Gone over" is a common phrase used to describe various actions such as reviewing, examining or scrutinizing something. There are several synonyms used to convey the same meaning such as evaluating, studying, inspecting, analyzing or assessing. These words refer to the process of examining something closely, often with the intention of understanding or making a judgment about it. Other synonyms include perusing, scrutinizing, exploring, and examining in detail. Each of these words offers a slightly different nuance or emphasis on the process of examining something closely, but all can be used interchangeably in most contexts where the need arises.

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What are the hypernyms for Gone over?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Gone over

  • This is a gift. This is a gift from God. It's really like the old Biblical passage that talks about your body being a temple. That's not to say that I've never done anything but I've never abused myself. Never gone over the top for a long period of time.
    Teena Marie
  • They've just gone over the line in my opinion, and again, there's a proper time for a pat down, there's a proper time for an advanced technology body search, but it has to be done with some thought.
    John Mica
  • I was supposed to be women's lib, and now I'd exceeded it and gone over into international politics.
    Kate Millett
  • I have just gone over my comet computations again, and it is humiliating to perceive how very little more I know than I did seven years ago when I first did this kind of work.
    Maria Mitchell
  • The Edge... there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over.
    Hunter S. Thompson

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