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Adjective
(also used in adverb or preposition form) Brought or having come to an end
“Everyone went home after the party was over.”
Adjective
Being of advanced years and especially past middle age
Adjective
Facing certain defeat, disaster, or death
Adjective
Left over
Adjective
Excessively abundant
Adjective
Upon
Adjective
Across
Adjective
Relating to the external appearance of something rather than its true nature
Adjective
Situated above the level of the head
Adverb
To or in a higher place
“The plane flew directly over.”
Adverb
From one position or state to another
“You can use this bridge to walk over to the other side of the river.”
Adverb
Yet another time
“I had to do my assignment over after my computer crashed.”
Adverb
From beginning to end
“He says he will need to think it over before making a decision.”
Adverb
Toward or in a lower position
“I accidentally knocked the bottle which then fell over.”
Adverb
Remaining, or in addition
“There were three for each of us, and one over.”
Adverb
To the greatest degree
more ❯
Adverb
(of time or event, also as preposition) During an entire period
Adverb
On the top of
Adverb
Greater than
Adverb
From or to a place
Adverb
At a distance away
Adverb
Everywhere throughout a given area or region
Adverb
Undeservedly, not warranted
Adverb
On account of
Preposition
At or to the further side of
“The shores of these islands are often sandy but temperatures over thirty degrees are rare.”
Preposition
Throughout the extent of (an area or space) within the given boundaries of
“The villa's balcony looks over the sandy beaches outside.”
Preposition
Extending directly upwards from
“We heard the flock of shadowy birds over our heads, cawing loudly.”
Preposition
Higher in rank than
“John had two levels of management over him.”
Preposition
On the subject of
“There has been a significant amount of debate over this contentious issue.”
Preposition
In the course of
“We spent a lot of time lounging by the beach over the summer.”
Preposition
In such a way as to cover
“Any decent house should have a sturdy roof over it.”
Preposition
In preference to
“I would prefer a nice, juicy steak over a salad.”
Preposition
Implying superiority after a contest
“We triumphed over the adversities that we faced.”
Preposition
While using, especially while consuming
“We discussed the matter over a few drinks.”
Preposition
(mathematics) Divided by
“Six over two equals three over one.”
Preposition
To be finished or done with
“I am over arguing with you!”
Noun
A surplus amount
“An over of tax offsets would presumably be added to the amount of the assessment.”
Verb
To achieve a victory over
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