Bedeutung von “over” im Essential American English Dictionary


adverb, preposition us /ˈoʊ·vər/

A2 covering someone or something:

I put the blanket over her.

A2 more than an amount, number, or age:

Recommended for ages 5 and over.

B1 above or higher than something:

B1 from one side of something to the other side:

I climbed over the wall.

B1 during a particular period of time:

I was in Seattle over the summer.

B1 on the other side of:

The post office is over the bridge.
over here/there

B1 in this or that place:

Put your bags down over there.
over and over (again)

happening or done many times:

I read the article over and over until it made sense.

describes the way an object moves or is moved so that a different part of it is facing up:

Flip over the pancakes and cook for one minute.

down from a higher to a lower position:

The little boy fell over and started to cry.

(Definition von “over adverb, preposition” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)