Definition of 'gloss over'
Example sentences containing 'gloss over'
They may quickly be glossed over and forgotten unless the changes are painstakingly secured after the terms have been agreed.Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)
At work, there is no need to gloss over problems.The Sun (2016)
Your mind works faster and smarter and there's no need to gloss over problems because you can solve them.The Sun (2013)
I'm not saying that anyone should hide anything or gloss over it.Christianity Today (2000)
At work, others may gloss over problems, but you solve them.The Sun (2014)
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