over

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈəʊvər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈoʊvɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respellingvər)

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over

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
prep
  1. (are you) over your [illness, cold, flu] (yet)?
  2. I'm (so) over [all that, him]
  3. looked over her shoulder
  4. leaned over the [sink, hole, counter]
  5. took over [4 hours]
  6. costs over [$50]
  7. over the [required, legal] limit
  8. over [1000 years ago]
adj
  1. the [show, movie, class, game] is over
  2. it's over between [us, him and me]
  3. [it, the game, the show]'s not over yet
  4. it ain't over 'til it's over
  5. when all this is over
adv
  1. [known, traveled, searched] the world over
  2. looked over [at me, and smiled]
  3. the [milk, sauce, soup] boiled over
  4. can you toss the [ball, salt] over?
additional examples
  1. the [show, movie, class, game] is over
  2. it's over between [us, him and me]
  3. [it, the game, the show]'s not over yet
  4. it ain't over 'til it's over
  5. when all this is over
  6. (are you) over your [illness, cold, flu] (yet)?
  7. I'm (so) over [all that, him]
  8. [vacations, trips, clubs, jobs] for the over- [50s]
  9. [known, traveled, searched] the world over
  10. looked over [at me, and smiled]
  11. over here!
  12. [look, come] over here
  13. looked over her shoulder
  14. leaned over the [sink, hole, counter]
  15. took over [4 hours]
  16. costs over [$50]
  17. the [milk, sauce, soup] boiled over
  18. can you toss the [ball, salt] over?
  19. over the [required, legal] limit
  20. goes over and above [expectations, with her work]
  21. over [1000 years ago]
  22. over and out
  23. over to you
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