Synonyms of going-over in English:

going-over


See definition of going-over

noun

1‘he is subjected to a comprehensive going-over in two biographies’

SYNONYMS
examination, inspection, exploration, investigation, probe, check, check-up
assessment, review, discussion, study, analysis, appraisal, critique
treatment, consideration, coverage, handling
informal once-over

2‘the flat needs a going-over before you have visitors’

SYNONYMS
clean, wipe, sponge, mop, swab, flush, scrub, hose-down, swill, lather, soap
informal vacuum, once-over

3‘the thugs gave him a good going-over’

SYNONYMS
beating, thrashing, thumping, pounding, pummelling, drubbing, slapping, smacking, hammering, hitting, striking, punching, knocking, thwacking, cuffing, buffeting, battering, boxing, mauling, pelting, lambasting
assault, attack
flaying, whipping, horsewhipping, lashing, cudgelling, clubbing, birching
corporal punishment, chastisement
North American bullwhipping
informal beating-up, duffing-up, doing-over, belting, bashing, pasting, walloping, whacking, clobbering, slugging, tanning, biffing, bopping, hiding