Meaning of OVER in English
prep. 1 above, on, upon, on top of, atop (of) She spread a tarpaulin over the boat to protect it 2 more than, greater than, upwards or upward of, in excess of, (over and) above, (over and) beyond; exceeding Of the 2000 people questioned in our survey, over half said they think prunes are funny The thieves took over $50,000-worth of paintings. 3 across, to or from or on the other side of; beyond The children crossed over the river to play in the woods on the other side 4 for, during, in or over or during the course of, through, throughout Over the next week she will be working in the Paris office 5 (all) through, throughout, (all) about, all over We travelled over the entire country in the course of our holiday Have you gone over the manuscript I left with you?
adj. 6 done (with), finished, terminated, concluded, ended, past, settled, closed, at an end, over with I'm afraid it's all over between us, Carrie
adv. 7 to, onto, past, beyond, across This room looks out over the sea 8 remaining, as a remainder, as surplus, outstanding When we finished eating, there wasn't much left over 9 (once) again, once more, one more time This pot will have to be cleaned over again 10 down, to the ground or floor You almost knocked over the lamp
Oxford thesaurus English vocab. Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус. 2012