French translation of 'get over'
inseparable transitive verb
1. [illness] se remettre de
It took her a long time to get over the illness. Il lui a fallu longtemps pour se remettre de sa maladie.
2. [problem] surmonter
He managed to get over the problem. Il a réussi à surmonter le problème.
separable transitive verbget
1. (= communicate) [idea] communiquer
2. (= finish)
to get sth over finir qch
Let’s get it over. Finissons-en.
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Example Sentences Including 'get over'
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Have those poor conductors on the Southern service got over that mystery illness forcing them to keep calling in sick?Times, Sunday Times (2016)
How we got over and back again beggars description.Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)
How did she get over his death?Times, Sunday Times (2014)
In my experience it takes at least two years to get over the death of a parent.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Like the company, the ad gets over its message in a simple but effective way.The Sun (2012)
Now he's just got to get out there again and get over it.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Streep plays a grumpy matriarch trying to get over the death of her husband.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Tell your husband you love him but need help to get over the experience.The Sun (2009)
The rapper went on holiday to get over his personal problems but ended up with a nasty bout of food poisoning.The Sun (2010)
You learn how to do it and, because there is no way out, in the end you get over it.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Everyone in that kind of environment had different experiences but you get over it and more and more players of colour came in.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
It took a long time for us to get over his death.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Building up a real head of steam should see you get over your problem.The Sun (2011)
Getting over his message to his new players requires patience and diligence.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He quit his round the next month, but could not get over his experience.The Sun (2012)
How do you get over something like this?The Sun (2008)
I'm now getting over that illness.The Sun (2015)
It caused no end of problems but we got over it and things have been good for ages.The Sun (2011)
The system gets over the difficulty people and computers have in identifying unfamiliar faces by emphasising an individual's essential features.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
This is a hard message to get over in American politics.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The gospel is not something you get over, it is something you live out.Christianity Today (2000)
Mine was to get over my illness.Travels with Rosinante (1990)
To help you get over this initial difficulty, just use this trick.POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)
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'get over' in Other Languages
British English: get over /ɡɛt ˈəʊvə/ VERB
If you get over an unpleasant experience or an illness, you recover from it.
It took me a long time to get over the illness.
- American English: get over
- Arabic: يَتَغَلَّبُ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: superar
- Chinese: 克服
- Croatian: preboljeti
- Czech: překonat
- Danish: komme over
- Dutch: herstellen van
- European Spanish: reponerse
- Finnish: selvitä jostakin
- French: se remettre
- German: erholen (sich)
- Greek: ξεπερνώ
- Italian: riprendersi
- Japanese: 立ち直る
- Korean: 극복하다
- Norwegian: komme over
- Polish: pokonywać
- European Portuguese: superar
- Romanian: a-și reveni
- Russian: оправляться
- Spanish: reponerse
- Swedish: komma över
- Thai: หายดี
- Turkish: toparlanmak
- Ukrainian: подолати
- Vietnamese: vượt qua
Translation of get over from the Collins English to French Dictionary