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English-French Dictionary: over

ADJ   over | more over | most over
NOUN   an over | overs
par-dessus {adv} {prep}
over [above]
au-dessus de {prep}
over [also: position of superiority]
sur {prep}
It's over!
C'est fini !
over here
par ici {adv}
over sb.'s lifetime
au cours de la vie (de qn.)
over there
là-bas {adv}
par là {adv}
complaisant {adj} [trop indulgent]
over-ornate [design]
tarabiscoté {adj} [design]
See over.
Voir au verso.
to brood over sth.
ressasser qc.
to fly over sth.
survoler qc.
to get over sth.
surmonter qc.
to get over sth. [illness, grief]
se guérir de qc.
to gloss over sth. [try to conceal sth.]
planquer sous le tapis qc. [fig.]
to go over sth. [cross]
traverser qc.
to haggle over sth.
marchander qc.
chipoter (qc./sur qc.) [marchander]
to hang over sb./sth. [sadness, threat, doubt]
planer sur qn./qc. [tristesse, menace, doute]
to knock sb./sth. over
culbuter qn./qc.
renverser qn./qc.
faire tomber qn./qc.
to look sb. over [scrutinize]
détailler qn.
to mull over sth.
considérer qc.
to preside over sth.
chapeauter qc. [fam.]
to quibble over sth.
chicaner sur qc.
to rush over
to step over sb./sth.
enjamber qn./qc.
to take over [assume responsibility]
prendre en charge
to take over [responsibility etc.]
prendre la relève [fig.]
to topple (over)
to watch over sb.
veiller sur qn.
to watch over sb./sth.
garder qn./qc.
Come over here!
Viens ici ! [fam.]
over the weekend
pendant le week-end {adv}
the world over
de par le monde {adv}
to quarrel about / over sth.
se disputer à propos de qc.
to take over from sb.
prendre la succession de qn.
to tower over / above sth. [edifice etc.]
dominer qc.
all over the face
plein la figure {adv}
all over the world
à travers le monde {adv}
Over my dead body! [coll.]
Il faudra me passer sur le corps !loc.
Over my dead body! [fig.] [coll.]
Plutôt mourir !loc.
The race is over.
La course est terminée.
to be / get taken over [by another company]
se faire bouffer [fam.] [accaparer]
to be over the moon [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]
être aux anges [fig.] [fam.]
to be stiff all over
être plein de courbatures
to hand sth. (over / in) to sb.
remettre qc. à qn. [donner]
to ride roughshod over customs [idiom]
fouler aux pieds les usages [loc.]
to take great pains over sth.
fignoler qc. [soigner]
to turn over the page
tourner la page
in / during / over the course of the years
au fil des années {adv}
The soup is boiling over.
La soupe se sauve. [fam.]
to be one over the eight [coll.]
avoir trop de verres dans le nez [fam.]loc.
to haggle over the price of sth.
discuter du prix de qc.
to turn over a new leaf [fig.]
faire peau neuve [fig.] [en changeant de conduite]loc.
to turn over a new leaf [idiom]
tourner la page
Move Over, Darling [Michael Gordon]
Pousse-toi, chériefilmF
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