English to Portuguese Meaning of over - sobre

Over :

excelente, sobre, excessivo, muito imprópria, Mais, mais que, Muito de, superior, supérfluo, obsessivo, indevido, íngreme, a sobrecarga, acima, superficial, em, antigo, de alto nível, Alto, além dos limites, grosseiro, andar de cima, em cima, mais do que o suficiente

acima, sobre, em, em cima, andar de cima, vastamente, extremamente, excepcionalmente, Alto, a sobrecarga, através, transversalmente, no que diz respeito, depois de

em, sobre, acima, relativo, a respeito de, do, de través, através, no que diz respeito, em relação a, depois de

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Definitions of over in English
Noun(1) (cricket
Adjective(1) having come or been brought to a conclusion
Adverb(1) at or to a point across intervening space etc.(2) throughout an area(3) throughout a period of time(4) beyond the top or upper surface or edge; forward from an upright position(5) over the entire area
Examples of over in English
(1) We are welcomed in with open arms and hearts, and they prepare beautiful food, cooked over an open fire.(2) We've had a lot of fun over here in the last six years, but it's time to go home.(3) The boot gets tossed, it teeters on its side then rolls over with the shoe laces facing up.(4) The drysuit can be worn over a layer of clothing and it keeps its wearer completely dry and warm.(5) Flood levels over three meters deep drowned cars and drove people from their homes.(6) For a more reliable source, you need to be directly over the clay seam where the fossils are buried.(7) In just over a month the area was evacuated and the village literally vanished off the map.(8) Cook over a high heat until just wilted, cool a bit, then squeeze out most of the moisture.(9) Continue to cook over a low heat until vegetables are submerged in their own liquid.(10) The volley sailed over the front rank of soldiers and fell among the battle leaders beyond.(11) distance over time(12) Sprinkle cracker crumbs evenly over the bottom and sides, then pour in the ricotta mixture.(13) However, a Ministry of Defence official says his department has no control over the plant.(14) Working on a film in St Lucia, he almost crashes a bus over the side of a ravine.(15) John had two levels of management over him.(16) He innocently assumed that a steel cover placed over a drainpipe was safe to walk on.
Related Phrases of over
(1) over- ::
(2) over there ::
(3) get over ::
(4) come over ::
venha aqui
(5) all over ::
por toda parte
(6) hand over ::
(7) over time ::
ao longo do tempo
(8) it's over ::
(9) go over ::
passar por cima de
(10) turn over ::
2. overhead ::
a sobrecarga
3. at an end ::
numa extremidade
6. all over ::
por toda parte
7. above ::
8. across ::
9. more than ::
mais que
10. on the subject of ::
sobre o tema da
Different Forms
over, overage, overages, overate, overs
Word Example from TV Shows
All over Westeros
we hear of septs being burned,

All OVER Westeros we hear of septs being burned,

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4

So, think it over.

So, think it OVER.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 8

Now get back over there
and be with her.

Now get back OVER there and be with her.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15

who's trying to screw
over your friend.

who's trying to screw OVER your friend.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 8

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