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carry overUsed other than as an idiom. To transport over by carrying.Rate it:

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carry overTo transfer (something) to a later point in time.Rate it:

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carry overTo inherit, to inspireRate it:

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change overto convert to, to make a transition from one system to anotherRate it:

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check overTo read and look for errors.Rate it:

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chew overTo think deeply about; to ponder or mull over.Rate it:

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cloud overTo become cloudy or overcast.Rate it:

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colt over the fenceAn illegitimate child.Rate it:

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comb overto examine scrupulouslyRate it:

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come on overto visit someone's home.Rate it:

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come overTo affect in a sudden, unprecedented or surprising manner; to overwhelm a person's ordinarily contrary impulse.Rate it:

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come overTo change one's position or location, especially to someone's place of residence; to come by.Rate it:

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crawl over each otherTo compete with others eagerly or fiercely in pursuit of the same goal(s).Rate it:

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cross overAlternative form of crossoverRate it:

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crow overTo triumph over.Rate it:

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cry over spilled milkBecome needlessly upset over trivial reverses or losses, express resentment when others gain incidental items or are chosen instead of your being favored.Rate it:

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do overTo cover with; to smear or spread on to.Rate it:

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do overTo beat up.Rate it:

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do overTo repeat; to start over.Rate it:

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don't cry over spilled milkAlternative spelling of don't cry over spilt milk.Rate it:

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don't cry over spilt milkIt is no use worrying about unfortunate events which have already happened and which cannot be changed.Rate it:

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dote overTo care for, usually excessively or in an overly emotional manner.Rate it:

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double overTo bend over at the waist.Rate it:

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f** someone overTo exploit somebody in a way which result in an advantage to oneself, at the cost of the other party gaining a considerable disadvantage.Rate it:

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fall over oneselfTo be unusually enthusiastic.Rate it:

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fallen overpast participle of fall overRate it:

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fallen overbroken, failed, inoperableRate it:

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fawn overTo praise excessively in order to get a favor.Rate it:

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feels over realspreference for one's feelings or beliefs over the reality that they contradictRate it:

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flick overTo change channels on a television.Rate it:

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flick overTo change from one state to another by flicking.Rate it:

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flip overto turn upside downRate it:

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flip overUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see flip,‎ over.Rate it:

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forge overTo press on regardless of hindrances.Rate it:

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fork overHundreds of spectators forked over the 70 bucks for tickets.Rate it:

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fork overI forked over half the allotment this morning.Rate it:

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fork overTo turn over soil with a gardening fork.Rate it:

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freeze overTo freeze on the surface.Rate it:

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fuck overTo cheat or treat unfairly.Rate it:

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fuck someone overto exploit somebody in a way which results in an advantage to oneself, at the cost of the other party gaining a considerable disadvantage.Rate it:

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fucked oversimple past tense and past participle of fuck someone overRate it:

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fucked overHaving been taken advantage of.Rate it:

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fuss overTo be overly attentive to someone or something.Rate it:

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game overA message usually signaling that the player failed a computer or video game, for example by losing all of their lives, although the phrase sometimes follows the score after successful completion of a game.Rate it:

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game overThe end of some ongoing situation due to either failure or success.Rate it:

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get it over withTo do or finish, especially said of something unpleasant.Rate it:

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get one over onAlternative form of put one overRate it:

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get overTo forget, and move on.Rate it:

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get overTo overcome something.Rate it:

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