The Word is:”over”

over

/ˈəʊvə/

preposition

preposition: over

1. extending directly upwards from.
“I saw flames over Berlin”
synonyms: above, on top of, higher than, higher up than, atop

“there will be cloud over most of the country”

antonyms: under, below

  • above so as to cover or protect.
    “an oxygen tent over the bed”
  • extending above (an area) from a vantage point.
    “views over Hyde Park”
    synonyms: across, on to, around, throughout, all through, throughout the extent of, everywhere in, in all parts of
    “a view over the lake”
  • above so as to cover or protect.
    “an oxygen tent over the bed”
  • extending above (an area) from a vantage point.
    “views over Hyde Park”
    synonyms: across, on to, around, throughout, all through, throughout the extent of, everywhere in, in all parts of
    “a view over the lake”
  • 2. at a higher level or layer than.
    “his flat was over the shop”

    synonyms: above, on top of, higher than, higher up than, atop
    “there will be cloud over most of the country”

    antonyms: under, below

  • higher in rank than.
    “over him is the financial director”
  • synonyms: superior to, above, higher up than, more powerful than, in charge of, responsible for, commanding
    “he has three people over him at work”

  • expressing authority or control.
    “editorial control over what is included”
  • expressing preference.
    “I’d choose the well-known brand over that one”
  • expressing majority.
    “there was a slight predominance of boys over girls”
  • higher in volume or pitch than.
    “he shouted over the noise of the taxis”
  • 3. higher or more than (a specified number or quantity).
    “over 40 degrees C”

    synonyms: more than, above, in excess of, exceeding, upwards of, beyond, greater than
    “over 200,000 people now live in the area”

    4. expressing passage or trajectory across.
    “she trudged over the lawn”

    synonyms: across, on to, around, throughout, all through, throughout the extent of, everywhere in, in all parts of
    “a view over the lake”

  • beyond and falling or hanging from.
    “he toppled over the side of the boat”
  • at the other side of; beyond.
    “over the hill is a small village”
  • 5. expressing duration.
    “you’ve given us a lot of heartache over the years”
    6. expressing the medium by which something is done; by means of.
    “a voice came over the loudspeaker”

    7. on the subject of.
    “a long and heated debate over unemployment”

    synonyms: on the subject of, about, concerning, apropos of, with reference to, speaking of, with
    regard/respect to, regarding, as regards, relating to, respecting, in connection with, as for, re; in re
    “this led to further discussion over what constitutes success”

    adverb

    adverb: over

    1. expressing passage or trajectory across an area.
    “he leant over and tapped me on the hand”

  • in or to the place indicated.
    “I’m over here”
  • 2. beyond and falling or hanging from a point.
    “she knocked the jug over”
    3.used to express action and result.
    “the car flipped over”

  • finished.
    “the match is over”
    synonyms: at an end, finished, concluded, terminated, no more, ended, extinct, gone, dead,
  • a thing of the past, ancient history
    “the relationship is over”

    4. used to express repetition of a process.
    “the jukebox plays every song twice over”

    noun Cricket
    noun: over; plural noun: overs

    1. a sequence of six balls bowled by a bowler from one end of the pitch, after which another bowler takes over from the other end.