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going-over  Noun
Plural: going-overs
  1. Translate "going-over" to Spanish: inspección, revisión
    English Synonyms of "going-over": inspection, check-up, review, revision, checkup, overhaul, re-examination, reexamination
    Define meaning of "going-over": A careful and thorough inspection.

  2. Translate "going-over" to Spanish: paliza
    English Synonyms of "going-over": beating, licking, spanking, battering, drubbing, hiding, series of blows, thrashing
    Define meaning of "going-over": The act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows.

  3. Translate "going-over" to Spanish: derrota
    English Synonyms of "going-over": beating, defeat, overthrow, thrashing, trimming, failure
    Define meaning of "going-over": The act of overcoming or outdoing.

  4. Translate "going-over" to Spanish: examen
    English Synonyms of "going-over": exam, examination, quiz, test, test paper, paper
    Define meaning of "going-over": A set of questions or exercises evaluating skill or knowledge.

  5. Translate "going-over" to Spanish: escrutinio
    English Synonyms of "going-over": careful study, perusal, poring over, scrutiny, canvass, once-over, scrutinizing

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