once-over  {n.},  {slang}
1. A quick look; a swift examination of someone or something. — Usually used with "give" or "get".
The new boy got the once-over from the rest of the class when he came in.
Bob gave his paper the once-over before handing it in.
A quick or careless job, especially of cleaning or straightening; work done hastily for now.
Ann gave her room a quick once-over-lightty with the broom and dust cloth.
"Just give my hair the once-over," Al said to the barber.
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