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over (adverb)
1.
a) across a barrier or intervening space , especially across the goal line in football
b) forward beyond an edge or brink and often down - wandered too near the cliff and fell over
c) across the brim - soup boiled over
d) so as to bring the underside up - turned his cards over
e) from a vertical to a prone or inclined position - knocked the lamp over
f) from one person or side to another - hand it over
g) - across got his point over
h) to one's home - invite some friends over
i) on the other side of an intervening space - the next town over
j) to agreement or concord - won them over
2.
a) (1) beyond some quantity, limit, or norm often by a specified amount or to a specified degree - show ran a minute over
(2) in an excessive manner - inordinately
b) till a later time (as the next day) - overnight stay over sleep over
3.
a) - above
b) so as to cover the whole surface - windows boarded over
4.
- used on a two-way radio circuit to indicate that a message is complete and a reply is expected
5.
a) - through read it over , also in an intensive or comprehensive manner
b) once more - again do it over
over (preposition)
1.
- used as a function word to indicate motion or situation in a position higher than or above another towered over his mother flew over the lake rode over the old Roman road
2.
a) - used as a function word to indicate the possession of authority, power, or jurisdiction in regard to some thing or person respected those over him
b) - used as a function word to indicate superiority, advantage, or preference a big lead over the others
c) - used as a function word to indicate one that is overcome, circumvented, or disregarded passed over the governor's veto
3.
a) more than - cost over $5
b) - above
4.
a) - used as a function word to indicate position upon or movement down upon laid a blanket over the child hit him over the head
b) (1) all through or throughout - showed me over the house went over his notes
(2) - used as a function word connecting one mathematical set and another whose elements are coefficients or values of parameters used to form elements of the first set polynomials over the field of real numbers
c) - used as a function word to indicate a particular medium or channel of communication over the radio
5.
- used as a function word to indicate position on or motion to the other side or beyond lives over the way fell over the edge
6.
a) - throughout during over the past 25 years
b) until the end of - stay over Sunday
7.
a) - used as a function word to indicate an object of solicitude, interest, consideration, or reference the Lord watches over his own
b) - used as a function word to indicate the object of an expressed or implied occupation, activity, or concern trouble over money met with advisers over lunch
over (adjective)
1.
a) - upper higher
b) - outer covering
c) - excessive over imagination
2.
a) not used up - remaining something over to provide for unusual requirements J. A. Todd
b) having or showing an excess or surplus
3.
being at an end - the day is over
4.
fried on both sides - ordered two eggs over
over (verb)
transitive verb
to leap over
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
over (adjective)
brought or having come to an end
SYNONIMS:
completed, concluded, done, down, ended, finished, over, over with, terminated, through, up
RELATED WORDS:
accomplished, achieved, attained, compassed, realized; dead, defunct, extinct, kaput ( kaputt), obsolete; expired
continuing, incomplete, ongoing, uncompleted, undone, unfinished
over (adverb)
1.
from one side to the other of an intervening space
SYNONIMS:
across, athwart, through
RELATED WORDS:
clear
over (adverb)
2.
yet another time
SYNONIMS:
afresh, anew, de novo, over
RELATED WORDS:
always, consistently, constantly, continuously, endlessly, ever, evermore, forever, incessantly, invariably, perpetually, unfailingly; continually, frequently, oft, often, oftentimes ( ofttimes); recurrently, repeatedly; freshly, newly
NEAR ANTONYMS:
ne'er, never; infrequently, little, rarely, seldom, unusually; intermittently, occasionally, periodically, sometimes, sporadically
nevermore
over (adverb)
3.
to or in a higher place
SYNONIMS:
aloft, over, overhead
RELATED WORDS:
skyward, upward ( upwards)
NEAR ANTONYMS:
underneath
below, beneath, under
over (adverb)
4.
from beginning to end
SYNONIMS:
around, over, round, throughout
over (adverb)
5.
toward or in a lower position
SYNONIMS:
below, downward ( downwards), over
RELATED WORDS:
facedown; low; downgrade, downhill, downstairs
NEAR ANTONYMS:
aloft
up, upward ( upwards), upwardly
over (preposition)
1.
higher than
SYNONIMS:
over
RELATED WORDS:
atop
NEAR ANTONYMS:
underneath
below, beneath, under
over (preposition)
2.
in the course of
SYNONIMS:
amid ( amidst), by, over, pending, through, throughout
over (preposition)
3.
on or to the farther side of
SYNONIMS:
over, past
RELATED WORDS:
outside
NEAR ANTONYMS:
inside
over (preposition)
4.
to the opposite side of
SYNONIMS:
athwart, over, through
RELATED WORDS:
around, round; beyond, past
over (preposition)
5.
in random positions within the boundaries of
SYNONIMS:
about, across, over, round, through, throughout
RELATED WORDS:
on
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