Word: over

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Related words: over

over you, over the counter, over lyrics, six flags, over the rainbow, over under, over you lyrics, over there, come over, game over, miranda lambert, forks over knives, 21 and over, comb over, rain over me, take over control, hairstyles

Synonyms: over

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: over

spanish
encima


german
darüber, über, vorbei, vorüber, übermäßig, ...

french
contre, sur, par, au-dessus, en, ...

italian
sopra, da

portuguese
sobre, forno, mais

dutch
klaar, afgewerkt, afgelopen, beëindigd

russian
наверху, вверху, позади, ввиду, превыше, ...

norwegian
over

swedish
över

finnish
yläpuolella, nurin, ajan, päällä

czech
u, balancem, kolem, na, za, ...

polish
przesądnie, na, biegiem, przez, nadmiernie, ...

hungarian
hanyatt, felüli, végig, felül, széltében, ...

greek
πάνω, τελείωσε

ukrainian
за, через, над, нагорі, вище, ...

albanian
sipër, mbi, përmbri

bulgarian
излишния

belarusian
на

estonian
jooksul, möödas, üle

croatian
više, amo, nad, iznad, prijeko, ...

icelandic
yfir

latin
super

romanian
peste

slovenian
lomno, nad

slovak
lomeno, nad, ponad

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The meaning and "use of": over

adverb
  • expressing passage or trajectory across an area.
  • in or to the place mentioned or indicated.
  • used to express action and result.
  • used to express repetition of a process.

noun
  • a sequence of six balls bowled by a bowler from one end of the pitch.

preposition
  • extending directly upward from.
  • expressing passage or trajectory across.
  • at a higher level or layer than.
  • higher than or more than (a specified number or quantity).
  • on the subject of.

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