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Translation of "over" - English-Spanish dictionary

over

preposition /ˈəuvə/
higher than; above in position, number, authority etc
sobre, encima de; más de
Hang that picture over the fireplace He’s over 90 years old.
from one side to another, on or above the top of; on the other side of
sobre, encima; al otro lado de
He jumped over the gate She fell over the cat My friend lives over the street.
covering
sobre
He put his handkerchief over his face.
across
por(todo)
You find people like him all over the world.
about
por, por motivos de, sobre
a quarrel over money.
by means of
por
He spoke to her over the telephone.
during
durante, a través de, a lo largo de
Over the years, she grew to hate her husband.
while having etc
durante
He fell asleep over his dinner.
overly adverb too or very
excesivamente, en demasía
I’m not overly worried about the situation.
over again once more
de nuevo, otra vez, una vez más
Play the tune over again.
over and done with finished; no longer important
pasado y enterrado/olvidado, acabado
He has behaved very wickedly in the past, but that’s all over and done with now.
to speak over twenty (not twenty over) languages.
(Definition of over from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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