English version

going-over

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgoing-overˌgoing-ˈover noun [singular] informal  1 EXAMINEa thorough examination of something to make sure it is all rightonce-over The media gave his personal life a pretty firm going-over.2 give something a going-over3 give somebody a going-over
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going-overI gave him a good going-over, I can tell you.It was neat as a new pin and showed no signs of the going-over it had suffered when Newman was last there.
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