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Pronunciation of Over My Dead Body: Learn how to pronounce Over My Dead Body in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word body:

noun (plural bodies)
1the physical structure, including the bones, flesh, and organs, of a person or an animal:
it’s important to keep your body in good condition
the trunk apart from the head and the limbs:
the blow almost severed his head from his body
a corpse:
they found his body washed up on the beach
[mass noun] the physical and mortal aspect of a person as opposed to the soul or spirit:
we’re together in body and spirit
informal a person’s body regarded as an object of sexual desire:
he was just after her body
informal, dated a person of a specified type:
a motherly body
2the main section of a motor vehicle or aircraft:
the factory had produced more car bodies than needed
the body of the aircraft was filled with smoke
3the main or central part of something, especially a building or text:
the main body of the house was built in 1625
the part of an email containing the message, as opposed to information such as the subject and sender:
put your name, address, and daytime phone number in the email’s body
Compare with header (sense 4).
4a large amount or collection of something:
a rich body of Canadian folklore
large bodies of seawater
an organized group of people with a common purpose or function:
a regulatory body
international bodies of experts
5 [often with adjective] technical a material object:
the path taken by the falling body
6 [mass noun] a full or substantial quality of flavour in wine:
best of all, this wine has body and finish
fullness or thickness of a person’s hair:
restructuring formulations help to add body
7British a woman’s close-fitting stretch garment for the upper body, fastening at the crotch.
8(in pottery) a clay used for making the main part of ceramic ware, as distinct from a glaze.
verb (bodies, bodying, bodied)
[with object]
1 (body something forth) formal give material form to something abstract:
he bodied forth the traditional Prussian remedy for all ills
2build the bodywork of (a motor vehicle):
an era when automobiles were bodied over wooden frames
Phrases

body and soul
involving every aspect of a person; completely:
the company owned them body and soul
in a body
all together; as a group:
they departed in a body
keep body and soul together
stay alive, especially in difficult circumstances:
do you think a man can keep body and soul together by selling coconuts?
over my dead body
informal used to emphasize that one completely opposes something:
she moves into our home over my dead body
Derivatives

bodied
adjective
[in combination]:
a wide-bodied jet
Origin:

Old English bodig, of unknown origin