over

over
['əʊvə(r)] 1.
preposizione
1) (across the top of) oltre, al di sopra di

to look over a wall — guardare di là dal muro

a bridge over the Thames — un ponte sul Tamigi

2) (from or on the other side of)

the house over the road — la casa di fronte o dall'altra parte della strada

it's over the river — è dall'altro lato del fiume

over here, there — qui, laggiù

come over here! — vieni (di) qui!

3) (above) su, sopra, al di sopra di

clouds over the valley — nuvole sulla valle

they live over the shop — vivono sopra il negozio

4) (covering, surrounding) su, sopra

to wear a sweater over one's shirt — portare un maglione sulla camicia

shutters over the windows — persiane alle finestre

5) (physically higher than)

the water came over my ankles — l'acqua mi arrivava alle caviglie

6) (more than) più di, oltre

children (of) over six — i bambini oltre i sei anni o di più di sei anni

temperatures over 40° — temperature superiori a 40°

7) (in rank, position)

to be over sb. — essere superiore a qcn.; mil. essere più alto in grado di qcn

8) (in the course of)

over the weekend — durante il o nel fine settimana

over a period of — durante un periodo di

over the last few days — negli ultimi giorni

he has changed over the years — negli o con gli anni è cambiato

to do sth. over Christmas — fare qcs. nel periodo di Natale

9) (recovered from)

to be over — essersi ripreso da [illness, operation, loss]

to be over the worst — avere passato il peggio

10) (by means of)

over the phone — al o per telefono

over the radio — alla radio

11) (everywhere in)

to travel all over the world — viaggiare in tutto il mondo

to search all over the house — cercare in tutta la casa

to show sb. over a house — fare visitare una casa a qcn

12) (because of)

to laugh over sth. — ridere di qcs.

to pause over sth. — soffermarsi su qcs

13) mat.

6 over 3 is 2 — 6 fratto 3 fa 2

14) over and above

over and above that — oltre a ciò, in aggiunta a ciò

over and above the minimum requirement — ben oltre i requisiti minimi

2.
avverbio
1) (above) (al di) sopra

does it go under or over? — va sotto o sopra?

2) (more)

children of six and over — i bambini di sei anni e oltre

3) (to one's house, country)

to invite o ask sb. over invitare qcn. (a casa propria); we had him over on Sunday, for dinner è stato nostro ospite domenica, a cena; when you're next over this way — quando passi di nuovo da queste parti

4) rad. telev.

over! — passo!

over to you — a te o voi la linea

now over to Tom for the weather — la linea va ora a o passiamo la linea a Tom per le previsioni del tempo

5) (showing repetition)

five times over — cinque volte di seguito

to start all over again — ricominciare da capo

I had to do it over — AE ho dovuto rifarlo

I've told you over and over (again)... — ti ho detto migliaia di volte

6) BE (excessively)

I'm not over keen — non sono troppo entusiasta

7) (use with verbs not covered in the note above)

over she went — è caduta

over you go! — su, andate!

3.
aggettivo
1) (finished)

to be over — essere finito o terminato

to get sth. over with — farla finita con qcs

2) (remaining)

2 into 5 goes 2 and 1 over — il 2 nel 5 sta 2 volte con il resto di 1

there's nothing over — non è rimasto nulla

we have some money left over — ci rimane del denaro

* * *
['əuvə] 1. preposition
1) (higher than; above in position, number, authority etc: Hang that picture over the fireplace; He's over 90 years old.) su; al di sopra di, più di
2) (from one side to another, on or above the top of; on the other side of: He jumped over the gate; She fell over the cat; My friend lives over the street.)
3) (covering: He put his handkerchief over his face.) su
4) (across: You find people like him all over the world.) per/in tutto
5) (about: a quarrel over money.) su, riguardo a
6) (by means of: He spoke to her over the telephone.) a
7) (during: Over the years, she grew to hate her husband.) nel corso di
8) (while having etc: He fell asleep over his dinner.) durante
2. adverb
1) (higher, moving etc above: The plane flew over about an hour ago.)
2) (used to show movement, change of position: He rolled over on his back; He turned over the page.)
3) (across: He went over and spoke to them.)
4) (downwards: He fell over.)
5) (higher in number etc: for people aged twenty and over.)
6) (remaining: There are two cakes for each of us, and two over.)
7) (through from beginning to end, carefully: Read it over; Talk it over between you.)
3. adjective
(finished: The affair is over now.) sopra
4. noun
((in cricket) a certain number of balls bowled from one end of the wicket: He bowled thirty overs in the match.) over, (lanci effettuati)
5. as part of a word
1) (too (much), as in overdo.) sopra-, sovra-
2) (in a higher position, as in overhead.) (che sta sopra)
3) (covering, as in overcoat.) sopra-
4) (down from an upright position, as in overturn.)
5) (completely, as in overcome.) sopra-
- over all
- over and done with
* * *
['əʊvə(r)] 1.
preposizione
1) (across the top of) oltre, al di sopra di

to look over a wall — guardare di là dal muro

a bridge over the Thames — un ponte sul Tamigi

2) (from or on the other side of)

the house over the road — la casa di fronte o dall'altra parte della strada

it's over the river — è dall'altro lato del fiume

over here, there — qui, laggiù

come over here! — vieni (di) qui!

3) (above) su, sopra, al di sopra di

clouds over the valley — nuvole sulla valle

they live over the shop — vivono sopra il negozio

4) (covering, surrounding) su, sopra

to wear a sweater over one's shirt — portare un maglione sulla camicia

shutters over the windows — persiane alle finestre

5) (physically higher than)

the water came over my ankles — l'acqua mi arrivava alle caviglie

6) (more than) più di, oltre

children (of) over six — i bambini oltre i sei anni o di più di sei anni

temperatures over 40° — temperature superiori a 40°

7) (in rank, position)

to be over sb. — essere superiore a qcn.; mil. essere più alto in grado di qcn

8) (in the course of)

over the weekend — durante il o nel fine settimana

over a period of — durante un periodo di

over the last few days — negli ultimi giorni

he has changed over the years — negli o con gli anni è cambiato

to do sth. over Christmas — fare qcs. nel periodo di Natale

9) (recovered from)

to be over — essersi ripreso da [illness, operation, loss]

to be over the worst — avere passato il peggio

10) (by means of)

over the phone — al o per telefono

over the radio — alla radio

11) (everywhere in)

to travel all over the world — viaggiare in tutto il mondo

to search all over the house — cercare in tutta la casa

to show sb. over a house — fare visitare una casa a qcn

12) (because of)

to laugh over sth. — ridere di qcs.

to pause over sth. — soffermarsi su qcs

13) mat.

6 over 3 is 2 — 6 fratto 3 fa 2

14) over and above

over and above that — oltre a ciò, in aggiunta a ciò

over and above the minimum requirement — ben oltre i requisiti minimi

2.
avverbio
1) (above) (al di) sopra

does it go under or over? — va sotto o sopra?

2) (more)

children of six and over — i bambini di sei anni e oltre

3) (to one's house, country)

to invite o ask sb. over invitare qcn. (a casa propria); we had him over on Sunday, for dinner è stato nostro ospite domenica, a cena; when you're next over this way — quando passi di nuovo da queste parti

4) rad. telev.

over! — passo!

over to you — a te o voi la linea

now over to Tom for the weather — la linea va ora a o passiamo la linea a Tom per le previsioni del tempo

5) (showing repetition)

five times over — cinque volte di seguito

to start all over again — ricominciare da capo

I had to do it over — AE ho dovuto rifarlo

I've told you over and over (again)... — ti ho detto migliaia di volte

6) BE (excessively)

I'm not over keen — non sono troppo entusiasta

7) (use with verbs not covered in the note above)

over she went — è caduta

over you go! — su, andate!

3.
aggettivo
1) (finished)

to be over — essere finito o terminato

to get sth. over with — farla finita con qcs

2) (remaining)

2 into 5 goes 2 and 1 over — il 2 nel 5 sta 2 volte con il resto di 1

there's nothing over — non è rimasto nulla

we have some money left over — ci rimane del denaro


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