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over

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brought or having come to an end
  • The play is over now.
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out of hand, out of the way

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over

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1 from one side to the other of an intervening space
  • Let's swim over to that island.
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2 yet another time
  • Several executives missed the presentation and would like you to do it over for them later this afternoon.
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3 to or in a higher place
  • I heard the noise and was startled to discover that the plane was directly over.
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4 from beginning to end
  • Read it over until you understand it thoroughly.
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5 toward or in a lower position
  • The baby toddled two steps and then fell over.
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over

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1 higher than
  • The boy towered over his siblings.
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2 in the course of
  • The students learned a lot over the summer.
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3 on or to the farther side of
  • peered over the wall
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on the far side of

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4 to the opposite side of
  • hopped over the dropped ball
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5 in random positions within the boundaries of
  • marbles scattered all over the room
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