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|present participle||getting over|
|past tense||got over|
|past participle||gotten over|
It can take weeks to get over an illness like that.
Don’s pretty upset, but he’ll get over it.
There are many hurdles still to get over before the new restaurant can open.
We decided to get the vacation over before we started decorating the house.
I just can’t get over how well we played!
This is the American English definition of get over. View British English definition of get over.