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Meanings and phrases
- having come or been brought to a conclusion; complete; concluded; ended; all over; terminated
- at or to a point across intervening space etc.
- throughout an area
- throughout a period of time; o'er
- over the entire area; all over
- beyond the top or upper surface or edge; forward from an upright position
- (cricket) the division of play during which six balls are bowled at the batsman by one player from the other team from the same end of the pitch
Rejoicing over the Law
- (Judaism) a Jewish holy day celebrated on the 22nd or 23rd of Tishri to celebrate the completion of the annual cycle of readings of the Torah; Shimchath Torah; Simchat Torah; Simhath Torah; Simhat Torah; Simchas Torah; Rejoicing of the Law; Rejoicing in the Law
- having come or been brought to a conclusion; complete; concluded; ended; over; terminated
- over the entire area; over
- to or in any or all places; (`everyplace' is used informally for `everywhere'); everywhere; everyplace
- form an arch over; overarch
- invite someone to one's house; invite; ask round
- surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; shock; floor; blow out of the water; take aback
- order a defendant to be placed in custody pending the outcome of a proceedings against him or her
- disappear gradually; evanesce; fade; pass off; fleet; pass
- overflow or cause to overflow while boiling; overboil
- overcome with amazement; flabbergast; boggle
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; overturn; tip over; turn over; upset; knock over; tump over
- wall up with brick; brick in; brick up
- connect or reduce the distance between; bridge
- suffice for a period between two points; tide over; keep going
- flow or run over (a limit or brim); overflow; overrun; well over; run over
- overflow with a certain feeling; overflow; spill over
- heel over; cant; tilt; slant; pitch
- transfer or persist from one stage or sphere of activity to another
- transport from one place or state to another
- hold over goods to be sold for the next season; hold over
- transfer from one time period to the next; carry forward
- make a shift in or exchange of; switch; shift
- change from one system to another or to a new plan or policy; convert
- examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition; check; check up on; look into; check out; suss out; go over; check into
- reflect deeply on a subject; think over; meditate; ponder; excogitate; contemplate; muse; reflect; mull; mull over; ruminate; speculate
- become covered with clouds; overcloud; cloud up
- become overcast
- communicate the intended meaning or impression; come across
- the interchange of sections between pairing homologous chromosomes during the prophase of meiosis; crossover
- transfer by deed; grant
- bend over or curl up, usually with laughter or pain; double; double up
- envy without restraint; slobber over
- fall forward and down; go over
- become glassy; lose clear vision; glaze over; blur
- turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse; flip; turn over
- to surrender someone or something to another; hand over; fork out; fork up; turn in; deliver; render
- become covered with a layer of ice; of a surface such as a window; ice up; ice over
- travel across or pass over; traverse; track; cover; cross; pass over; get across; cut through; cut across
- to bring (a necessary but unpleasant task) to an end
- improve in health; get well; bounce back
- get on top of; deal with successfully; overcome; subdue; surmount; master
- examine hastily; scan; skim; rake; run down
- become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance; glaze; glass; glaze over
- become glassy; lose clear vision; film over; blur
- become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance; glaze; glass; glass over
- treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly; skate over; smooth over; slur over; skimp over
- cover up a misdemeanor, fault, or error; whitewash; sleek over; hush up
- hold a review (of troops); review; survey
- happen in a particular manner; go off; come off
- examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition; check; check up on; look into; check out; suss out; check over; check into
- fall forward and down; fall over
- cover with grass; grass
- grow beyond or across; overgrow
- to surrender someone or something to another; fork over; fork out; fork up; turn in; deliver; render
- the act of passing something to another person; passage
- go back over; retrograde; rehash
- make less visible or unclear; obscure; befog; becloud; obnubilate; fog; cloud; mist
- in disorderly haste; heels over head; topsy-turvy; topsy-turvily; in great confusion
- in disorderly haste; head over heels; topsy-turvy; topsy-turvily; in great confusion
- intimidate somebody (with a threat)
- hold over goods to be sold for the next season; carry over
- keep in a position or state from an earlier period of time
- continue a term of office past the normal period of time
- hold back to a later time; postpone; prorogue; put over; table; shelve; set back; defer; remit; put off
- round one's back by bending forward and drawing the shoulders forward; hunch; hump; hunch forward
- become covered with a layer of ice; of a surface such as a window; ice up; frost over
- turn over and fall
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; overturn; tip over; turn over; upset; bowl over; tump over
- interrupt a journey temporarily, e.g., overnight; stop over
- place on top of; superimpose; superpose
- not used up; leftover; left; odd; remaining; unexpended
- delay; dwell on
- experience again, often in the imagination; relive
- (cricket) an over in which no runs are scored; maiden
- make new; remake; refashion; redo
- use again in altered form; rework; retread
- become covered with mist; mist
- form mounds over
- form a mound over
- having a wound formed over it
- move in order to make room for someone for something; give way; give; ease up; yield
- reflect deeply on a subject; chew over; think over; meditate; ponder; excogitate; contemplate; muse; reflect; mull; ruminate; speculate
- anew; again; once again; once more
over and over
- repeatedly; again and again; over and over again; time and again; time and time again
- repeatedly; over and over; again and again; time and again; time and time again
- in a specified area or place; up here
- a security traded in the over-the-counter market; unlisted security; OTC security
- stock that is not listed and traded on an organized exchange; OTC stock; unlisted stock
- bypass; jump; skip; skip over
- fly over; overfly
- make a passage or journey from one place to another; transit; pass through; move through; pass across
- travel across or pass over; traverse; track; cover; cross; get over; get across; cut through; cut across
- rub with a circular motion; wipe
- separate or remove; sieve out
- cover with planks; plank
- apply a heavy coat to; plaster; stick on
- reading carefully with intent to remember; perusal; perusing; studying
- print (additional text or colors) onto an already imprinted paper; overprint
- steer a vehicle to the side of the road
- conceal one's true motives from especially by elaborately feigning good intentions so as to gain an end; bamboozle; snow; hoodwink; lead by the nose; play false
- communicate successfully; get across
- hold back to a later time; postpone; prorogue; hold over; table; shelve; set back; defer; remit; put off
- try to solve
- make a rolling motion or turn
- negociate to repay a loan at a later date for an additional fee
- re-invest (a previous investment) into a similar fund or security
- injure or kill by running over, as with a vehicle; run down
- flow or run over (a limit or brim); overflow; overrun; well over; brim over
- formally assign ownership of; sign away
- treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly; gloss over; smooth over; slur over; skimp over
- read superficially; skim
- move or pass swiftly and lightly over the surface of; skim
- treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly; gloss over; skate over; smooth over; slur over
- grow new skin over an injury
- bypass; jump; pass over; skip
- cover up a misdemeanor, fault, or error; whitewash; gloss over; hush up
- stay overnight; stay over
- envy without restraint; drool over
- treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly; gloss over; skate over; smooth over; skimp over
- treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly; gloss over; skate over; slur over; skimp over
- overflow with a certain feeling; bubble over; overflow
- be disgorged; spill out; pour out
- form a cover over; cover
- stay overnight; sleep over
- interrupt a journey temporarily, e.g., overnight; lay over
- interrupt a trip; stop
- overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli; overwhelm; overpower; whelm; overcome; overtake
- influence decisively; swing
- change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence; switch; exchange
- seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession; assume; usurp; seize; arrogate
- take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; assume; adopt; take on
- take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person; bear; accept; assume
- free someone temporarily from his or her obligations; relieve
- take over ownership of; of corporations and companies; buy out; buy up
- take up and practice as one's own; adopt; borrow; take up
- do over; repeat
- take up, as of debts or payments; absorb
- acquisition of property by descent or by will; succession
- speak with others about (something); talk (something) over in detail; have a discussion; hash out; discuss
- reflect deeply on a subject; chew over; meditate; ponder; excogitate; contemplate; muse; reflect; mull; mull over; ruminate; speculate
- run disconnected or idle; idle
- suffice for a period between two points; bridge over; keep going
- turn from an upright or normal position; overturn; turn over; tump over
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; overturn; turn over; upset; knock over; bowl over; tump over
- turn from an upright or normal position; overturn; turn over; tip over
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; overturn; tip over; turn over; upset; knock over; bowl over
- place into the hands or custody of; pass; hand; reach; pass on; give
- cause to overturn from an upright or normal position; overturn; tip over; upset; knock over; bowl over; tump over
- turn up, loosen, or remove earth; dig; delve; cut into
- move by turning over or rotating; roll
- think about carefully; weigh; consider; debate; moot; deliberate
- turn upside down, or throw so as to reverse; flip; flip over
- turn from an upright or normal position; overturn; tip over; tump over
- cause to move around a center so as to show another side of; turn
- do business worth a certain amount of money
- the voice on an unseen commentator in a film of television program
- beat easily
- follow with the eyes or the mind; watch; observe; follow; keep an eye on
- flow or run over (a limit or brim); overflow; overrun; run over; brim over
- make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; convert; convince
- give a beating to; subject to a beating, either as a punishment or as an act of aggression; beat; beat up
- The style of dish presented has changed over time.
- Body size, shape and style has changed over time.
- The terms for these divisions has changed over time.
- since preferences can change over time.
- Distances normally change over time.
- Evolutionary approaches reflect on how human genes can change over time.
- Thus, Jae-bin falls in love with Sun-hee all over again.
- The film ends as she starts all over again with a new identity.
- I felt terrible all over again."
- Shutt took over management of the hotel on May 16, 1910.
- Coy and Green took over management of Bryant's ministries.
- He then took over management of Gamma Ethniki side Panetolikos.
- Subsequently, the Knights took over control of the town.
- In 1917, the United States took over control of all wireless stations.
- After owner Frank Navin died in the offseason, Walter Briggs Sr. took over control of the team.
- Robert S. Granger took over command on 2 Feb. 1856.
- Leigh-Mallory then took over command of 11 Group.
- Rocker took over command of the retiring Sgt.
- Canada's civil defense measures evolved over time.
- Politics of New York have evolved over time.
- Ogg felt Trevor's characterisation had evolved over time.
- Charlie Shalaski took over responsibility for receivers at the same time.
- At some point in the late 1960s Metro took over responsibility for the Park.
- On 14 August 1969, the regiment took over responsibility for the security of Derry.
- There has been considerable debate over whether the term is racist.
- The tubax has had debate over whether it is really in the saxophone family.
- There is a lot of ethical debate over whether or not cloning should be used.
- J. Lyons and Co. took over operations in 1905.
- Penn Central took over operations of the New Haven Railroad effective January 1, 1969.
- In 2002 the Montreal, Maine & Atlantic took over operations after CDAC declared bankruptcy.
- So glory be to Him in whose Hand lies control over all things.
- They maintained control over all of Afghanistan's major cities.
- His goal was to extend his control over all of China, particularly Peking.
- The fruit is an achene just over half a centimeter long.
- just over half is from underground mines.
- On average, the schools received just over half of their income from the state.
- What it is that horrifies people changes over time.
- That means a social rule changes over time within the same society.
- The importance of each individual influence in this mixture changes over time.
- This continued until 1973, when the NIOC took over all facilities.
- Sarah took over all hostess duties after Emily died from tuberculosis in 1836.
- The new station took over all classical music programming, as well as the WHRO-FM call letters.
- Besides Egypt, the Church of Alexandria has jurisdiction over all of Africa.
- Tollygunge Womens police station has jurisdiction over all the police districts in the South Division, i.e.
- Tollygunge Women's police station has jurisdiction over all the police districts in the South Division, i.e.
- The iconography of Surya has also varied over time.
- Sociological attention to emotion has varied over time.
- The role and importance of this official varied over time.
- The B&ML took over operation of its road on January 1, 1926.
- In 1888, the Grand Trunk Railway took over operation of the line.
- In 1877, Richard Gwyn and Alexander Chatham took over operation of the mill.
- The nature of prosopographical research has developed over time.
- His interest in the Catholic Church began when he was younger, and developed over time.
- The group’s purpose and politics grew and developed over time – not without internal conflict and dissent.
- Portia Sabin took over ownership of Kill Rock Stars.
- He died in debt and the bank took over ownership of his estate.
- Later, Raynor took over ownership.
- Voting for the Cortes Generales was on the basis of universal suffrage, which comprised all nationals over eighteen and in full enjoyment of their political rights.
- Voting for the Parliament was on the basis of universal suffrage, which comprised all nationals over eighteen, registered in Galicia and in full enjoyment of their political rights.
- By 1972, he had been given authority over all churches in western Canada.
- The Muslim Community of Albania in its statutes claims authority over all Muslim groups in Albania.
- The rank, formally an appointment as a senior corporal, gives the MCpl authority over all privates and corporals.
- There is some controversy over whether tool use represents a higher level of physical cognition.
- The controversy over whether the game should have been played without fans did not end with the game.
- There has been some controversy over whether the Disavow tool has any effect when manipulation has taken place over many years.
- The resolution for computer monitors has increased over time.
- However, workarounds to these challenges have only increased over time.
- As Longfellow's fame increased over time, so did interest in his early work.
- Gas holders hold a large advantage over other methods of storage.
- As a result, the United States would gain a competitive advantage over other countries.
- Canopus had a reputation for driver optimization that gave a performance advantage over other cards.
- Lampião then took over leadership of the remnants of Pereira's band.
- On September 15, 2006, Cuba officially took over leadership of the Non-Aligned Movement during the 14th summit of the organization in Havana.
- In between, Baardseth had the chance for self-employment when he took over leadership of Steenske Forlag, a small company that dated to 1829.