Synonyms of going-over in English:


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

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’

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’

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