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over

adverb
 
 
/ˈəʊvər/
more or greater than: Free delivery on orders over $25. Over 80% of temporary workers are part-timers. The cable company has viewers in over 5 million households. Shares fell by just over 1 per cent to 1,327p.
during a particular period of time: The loan can be paid back in instalments over 12 months. Sales went up 300% over only six weeks.
go over (sth) to become or make something become greater than a particular limit of time, money, etc. : These additional costs made the project go over. Be prepared to go over budget.
(Definition of over from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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