Definition of 'over-'
Example sentences containing 'over-'
You take some money in an envelope, say something pertinent while you're handing it over- and that's when I step in.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS
Mary-Lou caught it in the end and handed it to her with a laughing, `Better pull it well down over- " when she stopped short.ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL
But dawn also meant another night's work was almost over- and I'd have to unhook from the rhythm and routine of the department.NIGHT SISTERS
Definition of over- from the Collins English Dictionary
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