1. (cricket) the period during which a given number of balls (6 in England but 8 in Australia) are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
1. having come or been brought to a conclusion;
1. at or to a point across intervening space etc.;
2. throughout an area;
3. in such a manner as to be understood and accepted;
4. throughout a period of time;
I was a tired man when the long race was over.
I intend to amortize the total cost of the car over three years.
The car ran over the child, but by a miracle, he was unhurt.
In medieval times the church held sway over many countries.
A smile came over her face.
The inscription of the monument has worn away over a long period of time.
She has been on the stage for over thirty years.
Her Olimpic experience gave her a big advantage over the other contestants for the final victory.
A bird skimmed over the stream.
Is it worthwhile getting angry over such a trifling matter?
She sighed over her unhappy fate.
The blow doubled the fighter over.
I fell down over a stone.
Don't be a baby and cry over that little scratch.
There was a great noise over there.
Tell me if you get tired of driving and we'll change over.
Let's run over to the Browns'this evening.
I must think over this, I have known for years that it was in the cards.
The truck turned over.
He lost his head over that woman.
It's about time you gave over that kind of conduct.
Let me read that over. I must have mistaken the name.
He received burns all over his body.
He called the waiter over.
You needn't puzzle over every single word or phrase in the book.
It's no good taking over the experience of foreign countries uncritically.
The water prattled over the rocks.
Five over ten can be reduced to one over two.
You must hand over your passport before you leave.
I will leave my homework over until tomorrow.
no longer be affected by
we were over the worst.
get something over with
do or undergo something unpleasant or difficult, so as to be rid of it
over and above
in addition to
exceptional service over and above what normally might be expected.
over and done with
over and over
again and again
As opposed to; contrasted with.
Completely finished; done
Let's get the shopping over with. Are we over with all this shopping?
Where did you get all those watches? Did you knock them over?
The cops knocked over a reputed bookmakitig parlor.
He is cooling your suggestion over.
go over like a lead balloon
The joke went over like a lead balloon.
My appeal to his better nature went over like a lead balloon.
make money hand over fist
He made money hand over fist by acting.
over a barrel
I knew enough about him that I had him over a barrel.
like death warmed over
A tall, black-garbed gentleman lay there, looking like death warmed up.
ass over tincups
She's so beautiful she'll knock you ass over tincups.
over the wall
He's out. Over the wall.
over the odds
He got two pounds over the odds for his job.
I admit that to be called a damned Englishman by Pedro Gonsalvez is a bit over the odds.
After a going over like that，the guy spent two weeks in the hospital.
I gave your car a good going over, and I fixed a lot of little things.
above, on, over
across, along, over, through
There is relatively little information about over, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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