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over the river and through the woodsTo be lost.(idiomatic, figuratively) To lose one's mind.Rate it:

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over the river and through the woodsTo lose one's mind.Rate it:

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over the topBold; beyond normal, expected, or reasonable limits; excessive; outrageous.Rate it:

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over the transomSaid of an unsolicited work submitted for publication.Rate it:

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Over Your HeadBeyond one’s comprehension, in a situation that is difficult for you to handleRate it:

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paper overTo superficially hide or disguise without addressing it; to provide a veneer of normality or success.Rate it:

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pass overTo bypass; to skip.Rate it:

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pass overTo make a transit of; to pass through or across.Rate it:

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pass overTo fly over.Rate it:

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pass overTo overlook; not to note or resent.Rate it:

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pass overTo die.Rate it:

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pick overTo choose all of the desirable items from; to look for the most desirable items among.Rate it:

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pull one overAlternative form of put one overRate it:

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pull overTo cause to pull over.Rate it:

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pull the wool over someone's eyesTo deceive (someone).Rate it:

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put overto state, or explain a concept in a clear, understandable manner.Rate it:

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put wool over one's eyesdeceive someoneRate it:

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rake overTo discuss something unpleasant from the past.Rate it:

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rake over old coalsTo bring back old problems; to dig up old trouble.Rate it:

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rake over the coalsTo call to task or to reprimand severely.Rate it:

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rise over runA mnemonic for remembering that the slope of a non-vertical line is the ratio of the amount it rises over some interval, over the length of that interval.Rate it:

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roll overTo make a rolling motion or turn.Rate it:

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roll overTo cause a rolling motion or turn.Rate it:

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roll overTo give in to.Rate it:

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roll overTo reinvest funds from a maturing financial security in the same or similar investment.Rate it:

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roll overTo reinvest funds from a lottery into a subsequent one, because nobody won itRate it:

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roll overTo move the cursor over.Rate it:

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roll overTo increment, especially back to an initial value.Rate it:

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roof over one's headSomewhere to live; shelter.Rate it:

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rule overto be a ruler of, to command.Rate it:

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run overto rehearseRate it:

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run overTo exceed the allotted time.Rate it:

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run overTo cross by running.Rate it:

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run overrun over; schedule, time limit, with vehicle, budget, expense account, 'heels', time limit, person's feelings, vacation time, lawn, curb, warranty, guarantee, lease, stay, sidewalk,Rate it:

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run the rule overExamine carefully and thoroughly.Rate it:

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screw overTo cheat someone, or ruin their chances in a game or other situation.Rate it:

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see overTo inspect something fully.Rate it:

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shake overto friskRate it:

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sign overTo transfer to somebody else by signing a document.Rate it:

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skate overTo avoid adressing or tackling.Rate it:

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skate overTo convincingly defeat.Rate it:

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sleep overTo spend the night as a guest in someone's home.Rate it:

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slur overTo deal with something hurriedly, treat in a perfunctory manner.Rate it:

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smooth overTo make smoothRate it:

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smooth overto pacifyRate it:

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somewhere over the rainbowat an unknown, hypothetical, or very distant placeRate it:

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stay overStay overnight in a place away from one's home, sleep over.Rate it:

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step overA dribbling move, or feint, in football (soccer), used to fool a defensive player into thinking the offensive player, in possession of the ball, is going to move in a direction he does not intend to move in.Rate it:

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step overTo relocate oneself to a position of a few steps away; step asideRate it:

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step overTo carefully move making sure you don't step onto someone or something.Rate it:

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