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over

adverb
used to show movement, change of position
al/del otro lado
He rolled over on his back He turned over the page.
across
al otro lado, de un lado al otro
He went over and spoke to them.
downwards
hacia abajo
He fell over.
higher in number etc
más (de), por encima (de)
The film is suitable for people aged eighteen and over.
remaining
de sobra, que sobra(n)
There are two cakes for each of us, and two over.
through from beginning to end, carefully
entero, de principio a fin; con cuidado
Read it over Talk it over between you.
(Definition of over from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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