Meaning of OVER in English

OVER

I. adverb

1.

from one point to another across intervening space

sailed over to the island

Synonyms: across, athwart, beyond, transversely

2.

Synonyms: away 2, off

3.

Synonyms: ever 6, excessively, extremely, immensely, inordinately, overfull, overly, overmuch, too, unduly

4.

at a higher point

the plane was directly over

Synonyms: above, aloft, overhead

Idioms: on high

Antonyms: under

5.

at or to an end

it's all over between them

Synonyms: by, through

6.

Synonyms: through 1, around, round, throughout

7.

yet another time

do the work over

Synonyms: afresh, again, anew, de novo, once more

Idioms: over again

II. preposition

1.

at a higher level

clouds hung over the town

Synonyms: above, o'er

Antonyms: under

2.

Synonyms: across , athwart, cross

3.

with respect to

children squabbling over toys

Synonyms: about, on, upon, with

4.

so as to make contact with

hit him over the head

Synonyms: on, upon

5.

Synonyms: during , amid, mid, midst, throughout

6.

as the result of

quarreled over money matters

Synonyms: because of, due to, owing to, through

III. adjective

1.

Synonyms: superior 1, greater, higher, overlying, superincumbent, superjacent

Antonyms: under

2.

Synonyms: outer , exterior, external, outside, outward

IV. verb

Synonyms: clear 8, hurdle, leap, negotiate, overleap, surmount, vault

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