over

Part of speech: adjective

Outer.

Part of speech: preposition

Notwithstanding.

Part of speech: adverb

From side to side; across.

Part of speech: adverb

So as to invert or transpose.

Part of speech: adverb

So as to overflow; beyond; completely; excessively.

Part of speech: adverb

Once again.

Part of speech: adverb

At an end.

Part of speech: preposition

Higher than; above; in superiority to; in excess of.

Part of speech: preposition

Across. In a large number of self explaining compounds, over adds the general meaning of " too," " too much," etc.; as, over anxiety, overact, overburden, etc.

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Usage examples "over":

  1. " If things go wrong again now, it's all over," he said. - "Wanderers", Knut Hamsun.
  2. Over here- what do you want? - "Hopalong Cassidy", Clarence E. Mulford.
  3. Better have it over. - "The Sisters-In-Law", Gertrude Atherton.