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stop over

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phrasal verb [intransitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theystop over
he/she/itstops over
present participlestopping over
past tensestopped over
past participlestopped over
  1. same as stop off

    I'd like to stop over in Carville and visit their historical museum.

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