From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtalk something ↔ over phrasal verbDISCUSSto discuss a problem with someone before deciding what to do withTalk over any worries with your GP. →talk→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
talk over• She wanted me to go to her rooms in Bloomsbury that night, to talk things over.• We had already talked that over.• Who wants to talk things over after being physically subdued and humiliated?• We had talked this over before.• Shelley, you mean so much to me - come down to the pool, and let's talk things over quietly.• The accordresulted from informaltalks held over the previous year.• And, at some point along the way, you may want to talk things over with your formerfriend.talk with• Did you talk it over with di Marco?• I talked it over with Ellie.• She should talk the situation over with Helen, she thought; but then said nothing.• Think very carefully today and talk it over with Maggie.• Did you eat too soon before the start? Talk it over with your doctor.• And, at some point along the way, you may want to talk things over with your former friend.• You go home and talk it over with your parents.