Origin of doover
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Origin of do-over
How to use doover in a sentence
I recently wrote about some people who have suggested a do-over of the school year.The Learning Curve: Some Say the Kids Are OK. They’re Not. Now What?|Will Huntsberry|December 17, 2020|Voice of San Diego
“Now, many years later, with seemingly no regard for settled law or the consequences to innovation and investment, the agency is saying it got it wrong and wants a do-over,” said Facebook in a statement.Will Facebook have to spin off WhatsApp and Instagram? Unlikely|Jeff|December 10, 2020|Fortune
British Dictionary definitions for doover
Other Idioms and Phrases with doover
Also, do something over.
Also, do over again. Repeat something, as in This setup won't work; I'll have to do it over again.
Redecorate, as in We've decided to do over the living room. [Early 1900s]