Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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a roof over one's head a place to live; home; shelter.
all over in every part of something; everywhere.
all over with completed; finished.
bend over backward to try very hard; make a great effort.
bend over backwards to try very hard; make a great effort.
blow over to subside; let up.
boil over to boil to overflowing.
bowl over to strike down or throw to the ground. [2 definitions]
bubble over to show great cheer and liveliness.
carry-over that which is carried over or retained; residue; remainder. [2 definitions]
come over to come from one place to another to visit or talk with someone, used only when people are in the same town, area, or space.
cry over spilled milk to worry unduly about something that cannot be undone.
cry over spilt milk to worry unduly about something that cannot be undone.
do over to do again.
fork over (informal) to hand over, with some degree of reluctance.
get over to recover from.
go over with a fine-tooth comb to scrutinize in minute detail and with great care.
going-over a thorough inspection. [2 definitions]
hand over to give up control of; surrender.
hash over (informal) to speak of (something discussed or gone before); review; recollect.