bowl sb over Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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bowl sb over

phrasal verb with bowl uk   /bəʊl/  us   /boʊl/ verb [I or T]

(KNOCK DOWN)

to knock someone to the ground by running into them : She was almost bowled over by a huge dog.

(PLEASE)

to surprise and please someone a lot: She was bowled over when she heard she'd won the competition.
Translations of “bowl sb over”
in Chinese (Traditional) 撞倒, 把(某人)撞倒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撞倒, 把(某人)撞倒…
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