Idiom:  be over

Definition

Idiom:  be over

  • to be finished

Example sentences

  • I’m so glad final exams are over and summer is here.
  • When the storm was over we were surprised to see a huge tree had fallen into our neighbors' living room.
  • When will this rain be over? It's been pouring down day after day for more than a week now. 
  • When this show is over I want you to help me set the table for dinner. 
  • My date thought the Opera was over but it was only intermission and I could see how disappointed she was. 
  • Once the football season is over you need to concentrate harder on your studies or you won't be playing baseball this spring.
  • I thought my cold was over but I woke up this morning coughing again. 
  • I will come right home as soon as my shift is over
  • This relationship is over. Don't contact me ever again!
  • Is the meeting over yet?  I need the director to sign something.


Synonyms

  • wind up
  • wrap up


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