get over itverb

  • ja吹っ切りなさい、忘れなさい
  • enused as a suggestion that the hearer move on from the issue that is dominating the moment

Examples

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When I was in junior high school,
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I went through this period where I thought I was a witch.
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And there was this guidance counselor who said something to me that I think will help you a lot.
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He said, "Okay, you're not a witch.
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You're just an average student."
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You see what I'm saying?
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Not really.
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Well, get over it.
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And pretty soon, you'll be like, "Hi."
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And, "Well, I can't go. Rachel and Mark might be there."
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And we'll be like, "Man, get over it! It's been 4 years!"
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Mute
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NARRATOR: Then they had a fight about their freaky love
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triangle.
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He's having sex with me when he thinks about you.
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Get over it.
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Mute
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This movie's retarded.
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No girl that hot would know this much about cars.
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It's a Transformers movie, get over it.
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Mute
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Sweetheart, you just have to give it time.
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And a little trust.
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Her mother and I had nothing but trust.
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You don't understand
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because you didn't have to go through this.
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Get over it.