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what is the difference between get over and get on

April 20, 2017
Ash
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"Get Over" means to forget something!!.. For example, "It's time to get over your feelings for her"!!.. And get on means to ascend on any vehicles like, "Get on the train / bus" etc.
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what is the difference between get over and get on
"Get Over" means to forget something!!.. For example, "It's time to get over your feelings for her"!!.. And get on means to ascend on any vehicles like, "Get on the train / bus" etc.

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