directly above; higher than; but not touching
in or across every part or most parts of sth/a place
across; from one side of sth to the other
down across the edge of
more than; above
during; through (a period); while doing, etc.
in connection with
outwards and downwards from an upright position
from one side to another side
completely through from beginning to end
showing that sth is repeated
too much; too
"the harvesting was complete"
"the affair is over, ended, finished"
"the abruptly terminated interview"
"come over and see us some time"
"he is known the world over"
"stay over the weekend"
"a roof that hangs over"
"the wallpaper was covered all over with flowers"
"she ached all over"
"everything was dusted over with a fine layer of soot"
Climb over into the garden.
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
They placed one short and one over.
出自： P. Gallico
They had at least a roof over their heads.
出自： T. Hardy
She lies with the brambles curving over her.
出自： V. Woolf
The blast..tore a large hole in the wall over the bed.
出自： A. White
The sky is above/over our heads.
It's an important task, so let's get it over with as soon as possible.