Get over it!

get-over-it

In this phrase, the t of “get” might soften to a /d/ sound. Notice that you have to pronounce the r in “over”, because the next word begins with a vowel.
We use this phrase when someone is complaining about something we think doesn’t matter, for example, “It’s raining again.” “This is England, get over it.”To get over something means to recover.

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