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Definition of over with

: being at an end : finished, completed

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we'll all be glad when this latest media obsession is over with

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Tide you over with an image of himself dressed as Britney Spears circa 2000, that is. Maddie Hiatt, House Beautiful, "UPDATE: Bobby Berk Returned To TV Last Night As Britney Spears," 18 Jan. 2019 The actor and model first stepped out in public together in July and have since won us over with multiple appearances in each other’s social media. Sara Delgado, Teen Vogue, "Victoria's Secret Model Barbara Palvin Revealed She's "Very Much in Love" With Dylan Sprouse," 14 Nov. 2018 Even then, there comes the matter of trusting the regulator, but that seems preferable to burning down the last 20 years of tech and starting over with a tinfoil hat. Eric Limer, Popular Mechanics, "Tech Companies Shouldn't Make Us Trust Them, At All," 11 Jan. 2019 In that situation, experts recommending waiting until the pimple is healed over with fresh new skin before covering it with makeup. Tiffany Dodson, SELF, "Is It Harmful to Use Makeup to Cover Acne?," 9 Nov. 2018 At this point, Charles Barkley is doubled over with laughter and Ernie Johnson is completely over the conversation. Demetrio Teniente, Houston Chronicle, "Shaq has an insane theory about filling up your tank," 27 Apr. 2018 Kate and Will look like your average parents who just want to get this thing over with. Rachel Epstein, Marie Claire, "Why the Queen Wasn't in Prince Charles' 70th Birthday Royal Family Photo," 13 Nov. 2018 Polly needs a do-over with a family who supports her. Nina Metz, chicagotribune.com, "‘Claws’ Episode 5 recap: 5 things to know about ‘Vaginalologist’ and the good doctor’s betrayal," 9 July 2018 With little in the way of offensive firepower, Panama prefers a rough physical game, running you over with the bus before parking it in front of the goal. Matt Bonesteel, chicagotribune.com, "The U.S. is missing, so here's one reason to watch every World Cup team," 14 June 2018

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1884, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of over with was in 1884

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