Posted on

Pronunciation of Over And Over Again: Learn how to pronounce Over And Over Again in English correctly

Learn how to say Over And Over Again correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word over:

preposition
1extending directly upwards from:
I saw flames over Berlin
cook the sauce over a moderate heat
above so as to cover or protect:
an oxygen tent over the bed
ladle this sauce over fresh pasta
extending above (an area) from a vantage point:
views over Hyde Park
2at a higher level or layer than:
his flat was over the shop
higher in rank than:
over him is the financial director
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
3higher or more than (a specified number or quantity):
over 40 degrees C
they’ve been married for over a year
4expressing passage or trajectory across:
she trudged over the lawn
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
5expressing duration:
you’ve given us a lot of heartache over the years
she told me over coffee
6expressing the medium by which something is done; by means of:
a voice came over the loudspeaker
7on the subject of:
a long and heated debate over unemployment
adverb
1expressing 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
2beyond and falling or hanging from a point:
she knocked the jug over
3used to express action and result:
the car flipped over
hand the money over
finished:
the match is over
message understood, over and out
4used to express repetition of a process:
the jukebox plays every song twice over
the sums will have to be done over again
noun
Cricket
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.
Phrases

be over
no longer be affected by:
we were over the worst
get something over with
do or undergo something unpleasant or difficult, so as to be rid of it.
over against
1adjacent to:
over against the wall
2in contrast with:
over against heaven is hell
over and above
in addition to:
exceptional service over and above what normally might be expected
over and done with
completely finished.
over and over
again and again:
doing the same thing over and over again
Origin:

Old English ofer, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch over and German ├╝ber, from an Indo-European word (originally a comparative of the element represented by -ove in above) which is also the base of Latin super and Greek huper