Get over it means to move on; accept things the way they are.
Don’t concern yourself with something that’s already in the past.
To feel better after something or someone has made you unhappy or upset.
1. Man, I can’t believe my lines aren’t working on the ladies! Get over it!
2. Stop borrowing my clothes without asking me Jessie! Oh get over it!
3. I’ve been sick for such a long time, I’m ready to get over it.
4. Becky, it’s time to get over it. You can’t keep crying about losing your job.
bounce back, come round, get better, get over, improve, mend, pull through, overcome, recover, recuperate, shake off, survive
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