Synonyms of 'over'
4 more than
Smoking kills over 100,000 people in Britain a year.
Planes flew over every 15 minutes or so.
I think the worst is over now.
Finally, last spring, the film was finished.
It would guarantee employment once her schooling was through.
At last our search is ended.
I now consider the matter closed.
The great age of exploration is past.
The work of restoring the farmhouse is complete.
Those happy times are gone forever.
in the past
wrapped up (informal)
at an end
ancient history (informal)
over and done with
We were friends once but that's all over and done with.
idioms:over and above
It ain't over till it's over
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Above is also an adverb.
A long scream sounded from somewhere above.
Thesaurus for over from the Collins English Thesaurus