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a roof over one's head a place to live; home; shelter.
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 let up; lessen or subside.
boil over to boil until the liquid flows out of a container.
bowl over to overwhelm with surprise; astonish.
cry over spilled milk to worry about something that cannot be changed.
fork over (informal) to hand over, without being completely willing.
get over to recover from.
hand over to give up control of; surrender.
keel over to fall over suddenly; faint.
lean over backward to work extremely and unusually hard.
look over to inspect or examine, often quickly.
move over to change position to make room for another.
over a barrel unable to refuse because of circumstances.
over and above in addition to; besides.
over one's head beyond one's ability to understand.
pull the wool over someone's eyes (informal) to trick or fool someone.
stop over to make a brief stop before traveling further.