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over Explained

over at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:


over at English => English (English Etymology) Of Explained:

O.E. ofer, from P.Gmc. *uberi, comparative of PIE base *upo "under." Used as a prefix in O.E. (cf. oferdon "overdo;" ofermicel "overmuch;" oferflowan "overflow;" ofersceadwian "overshadow"). Others developed in M.E. (e.g. overgrown; overnight; overlook, with a double sense; all 14c.) Override (O.E. oferridan) was originally literal, as of cavalry; overseas is attested from 1583, popularized WWI as a British euphemism for "colonial." Overkill is first recorded 1958, in reference to nuclear arsenals. Overlooking was also the common term for "inflicting the evil eye on" (someone or something). ///

over at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

prep ----------//
1 above:
2 covering:
3 across:
4 on the other side:
5 down from something :
6 in many parts of something:
7 no longer affected:
8 more than:
9 during:
10 concerning:
11 controlling:
12 better:
13 by telephone/radio:
14 over and above:
15 louder than something:
16 preferring: ----------// [Language: Old English; Origin: ofer]//
1 ABOVE: above or higher than something, without touching it// → under// --A lamp hung over the table.// --She leaned over the desk to answer the phone.// --The sign over the door said 'Mind your head'.// --We watched a helicopter flying low over the harbour.//
2 COVERING: on something or covering it// → under// --Over the body lay a thin white sheet.// --She wore a large jacket over her sweater.// --Mind you don't spill coffee over my best tablecloth.//
3 ACROSS: from one side of something to the other side of it// --Somehow the sheep had jumped over the fence.// --The road over the mountains is steep and dangerous.// --a bridge over the River Thames// --Their house has a magnificent view over the bay.//
4 ON THE OTHER SIDE: on the opposite side of something from where you already are// --There's a bus stop just over the road.// --They live over the river in Richmond.//
5 DOWN FROM SOMETHING : down from the edge of something// --The car plunged over a cliff.//
6 IN MANY PARTS OF SOMETHING: in or to many parts of a particular place, organization, or thing// --He used to wander over the moors, losing all track of time.// all over (sth) (=in every part) // --They said they had cleaned up but there were bottles all over the place.// --Scientists from all over the world gather here.//
7 NO LONGER AFFECTED: if you are over an illness or a bad experience or situation, you are no longer affected by it// recover// --I think we're over the worst of the crisis now.// --He had a fever last night, but he seems to be over it now.// --Sybil has never got over the shock of her mother's death.// --I'm over him now (=I am no longer in love with him) .//
8 MORE THAN: more than a particular number, amount, or level// → under// --The Japanese were producing over 100 million tons of steel.// --toys suitable for children over the age of three// --drivers who go over the speed limit// the over-30s/50s etc (=people who are more than a particular age) // --a social club for the over-60s//
9 DURING: during// --Will you be home over the summer vacation?// --Over a period of ten years he stole a million pounds from the company.// --Can we talk about this over dinner? see usage note since//
10 CONCERNING: about a particular subject, person or thing// --He's having problems over his income tax.// --a row over public expenditure// --There is concern over the bad image of the legal profession.//
11 CONTROLLING: in control of or influencing someone or something// --Genghiz ruled over an empire that stretched from Persia across to China.// --She had great personal influence and power over her followers.//
12 BETTER: used to say that someone or something is more successful or better than someone or something else// --Ipswich's 3-1 win over Manchester City// --Can Labour maintain its lead over the Conservatives?// --It has one great advantage over its rivals.//
13 BY TELEPHONE/RADIO: using something such as a telephone or radio// --I don't want to talk about this over the telephone.// --I heard the news over the radio.//
14 over and above: in addition to something// --He gets a travel allowance over and above his existing salary.//
15 LOUDER THAN SOMETHING: making a sound louder than another sound// --'What?' he yelled over the noise of the engine and the wind.//
16 PREFERRING: if you choose one thing over another, you choose that thing rather than the other// --What is your main reason for choosing one restaurant over another?//
over 2 adv, adj ----------//
1 falling down:
2 bending/folding:
3 across:
4 in or to a place:
5 finished:
6 to the side:
7 giving:
8 changing:
9 turning:
10 more than:
11 very/too:
12 remaining:
13 covered:
14 above:
15 talking/thinking/reading:
16 again:
17 over and over (again):
18 twice over/three times over etc:
19 all over again:
20 over to somebody:
21 radio message:
22 over against something: ----------//
1 FALLING DOWN: from an upright position into a position of lying on a surface// --He was so drunk he fell over in the road.// --Mind you don't knock the candle over.// --Engineers are working to prevent the tower from toppling over.//
2 BENDING/FOLDING: so that someone or something is no longer straight or flat, but is bent or folded in the middle// --As Sheila bent over, a sudden pain shot up her back.// --He folded the paper over and put it in his pocket.//
3 ACROSS: a) from one side of an object, space, or area to the other side// --There are only three canoes so some people will have to swim over.// --The wall was crumbling where children had climbed over.// --I went over (=crossed the room, street etc) to say hello, but Vincent didn't recognize me.// over to// --We flew over to the US to visit my Aunt Polly.// over from// --One of my cousins is coming over from France with his wife and daughter.// --Come over here and see what I've found.// b) in a place that is on the other side of a space or area// --Bill lives over on the other side of town.// --She was standing over by the window.// --Do you see that building over there? //
4 IN OR TO A PLACE: in or to a particular house, city etc// --You really should come over and see our new house.// --I spent the whole day over at Gabby's place.// --We could drive over to Oxford this afternoon.//
5 FINISHED: if an event or period of time is over, it has finished// --Is the meeting over yet?// over (and done) with (=used about something unpleasant) // --I'm so glad the mid-term exams are over and done with.// --You'd better give them the bad news. Do it now - get it over with.//
6 TO THE SIDE: towards one side// --The bus pulled over to the side of the road.// --Would you move over, so I can sit next to you.//
7 GIVING: from one person or group to another// --The attacker was ordered to hand over his weapon.// --Most of the money has been signed over to his children.//
8 CHANGING: from one position or system to another// --The guards change over at midnight.// --We switched over from electricity to gas because it was cheaper.//
9 TURNING: so that the bottom or the other side of something can now be seen// --Turn the box over and open it at that end.// --Josh rolled over and went back to sleep.//
10 MORE THAN: more than or higher than a particular number, amount, or level// → under// --Almost 40% of women are size 14 or over .// --People earning [hA124]33,000 and over will pay the higher rate of tax.//
11 VERY/TOO: used before an adjective or adverb to mean 'very' or 'too'// --She didn't seem over pleased when I asked her to wait.// --Perhaps we were all over enthusiastic about the project.//
12 REMAINING: an amount of something that is over is what remains after some of it has been used// --There should be some money over when I've paid all the bills.// --There was a little food left over from the party.//
13 COVERED: used to show that something is completely covered with a substance or material// --Most of the windows have been boarded over.// --Parts of the river were iced over.// over with// --The door had been painted over with a bright red varnish.//
14 ABOVE: above someone or something// --We stood on the roof watching the planes fly over.//
15 TALKING/THINKING/READING: in a detailed and careful way// --After talking it over with my wife, I've decided to retire.// --I'll need time to read the contract over before I sign.// --Think it over carefully before you make a decision.//
16 AGAIN: AmE if you start or do something over, you do it again// --I got mixed up and had to start over.//
17 over and over (again): many times// --The way to learn the script is to say it to yourself over and over again.//
18 twice over/three times over etc: a) used to say how many times the same thing happens// --He sings each song twice over.// --The pattern is repeated many times over.// b) used to say by how much an amount is multiplied// --Trade between the two countries has increased five times over.//
19 all over again: used to emphasize that you do the whole of something again from the beginning, or that the same thing happens again// --Their first plan had gone wrong, so they had to start all over again.// --We had quarrelled about the money before, and now it was happening all over again.//
20 over to sb: used to say that it is now someone else's turn to do something, to speak etc// --I've done my best. Now it's over to the professionals.//
21 RADIO MESSAGE: spoken used when communicating by radio to show that you have finished speaking// --Are you hearing me loud and clear? Over.//
22 over against sth: formal used to say what something is compared to or preferred to// --The Celtic Church maintained the Greek calendar over against that of Rome.//
over 3 n [C] the period of time in the game of cricket during which six or eight balls are thrown by the same bowler in one direction//

over at Dutch => English Of Explained:

across, away

over at Norwegian => English Of Explained:

above, over

över at Swedish => English Of Explained:

above, across, beyond, left, over, past

över at Swedish => english Of Explained:

above, beyond, left, over, past, throughout

over at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

256 Moby Thesaurus words for "over":
SOL, a cut above, above, above and beyond, abovestairs, across,
additionally, afresh, again, ago, ahead, airward, all about,
all bets off, all included, all off, all over, all through, all up,
aloft, aloof, also, altogether, among other things, and all,
and also, and so, anew, antiquated, antique, around, as a bonus,
as well, ascendant, at about, at an end, athwart, au reste, away,
backwards, beside, besides, better, beyond, bis, blown over,
bottom side up, bottom up, by, by way of, bygone, bypast, canceled,
capping, chosen, closed, complete, concluded, contrarily,
contrariwise, conversely, da capo, dated, de novo, dead,
dead and buried, deceased, decided, defunct, deleted, departed,
distinguished, ditto, done, done for, done with, down, durante,
during, eclipsing, elapsed, else, eminent, en plus, encore, ended,
exceeding, excellent, excelling, excessively, exorbitantly,
expired, expunged, exterior, external, extinct, extra, extremely,
farther, finer, fini, finished, for, for lagniappe, forgotten,
from the beginning, further, furthermore, gone, gone glimmering,
gone-by, greater, has-been, head over heels, heels over head, high,
high up, higher, highest, hurdle, immensely, immoderately,
in addition, in ascendancy, in excess of, in the air,
in the ascendant, in the clouds, inordinately, intemperately,
inter alia, into the bargain, inversely, irrecoverable, item,
kaput, lapsed, leap, left, leftover, likewise, major, marked, more,
moreover, negotiate, net, no more, obsolete, odd, of choice, off,
on, on high, on stilts, on the peak, on the side, on tiptoe,
on top of, once again, once more, one up on, onto, outrageously,
outside, outstanding, outward, over again, over and above,
overfull, overhead, overleap, overly, overlying, overmuch,
overplus, overweeningly, passe, passed, passed away, passing by,
passing through, past, pending, perfected, plus, rare, remaining,
remanent, rivaling, round, round about, run out, set at rest,
settled, shot, similarly, skyward, spare, straight up, super,
superfluous, superincumbent, superior, supernumerary, surmount,
surpassing, surplus, surviving, terminated, then, therewith,
through, through with, throughout, tiptoe, to, to boot, to spare,
to the zenith, too, too much, too-too, topping, topsy-turvy,
transcendent, transcendental, transcending, transversely,
turned around, twice over, two times, unconscionably, unconsumed,
unduly, unreasonably, unused, up, upmost, upon, upper, uppermost,
upside down, upstairs, upward, upwards, upwards of, vanished,
vault, via, vice versa, washed up, wiped out, wound up, yet,

over at Danish => English Of Explained:


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over at Dutch => English Of Explained:

over [ovər]
above, morethan, over
after, behind
about, concerning, on, upon
abiding, left, leftover, remaining
above, over
across, beyond, ontheothersideof

över at Swedish => English Of Explained:

about, concerning, on, upon

over at English => English (English Thesaurus) Of Explained:

[V] (Superiority {Supremacy}): be superior, exceed, excel, transcend, outdo, outweigh, outrank, outrival, pass, surpass, get ahead of, override, overmatch, overshadow, top, cap, beat, cut out, beat hollow, outstrip, eclipse, outshine, have the upper hand, be in the driver's seat, have the advantage, turn the scale, be important, predominate, prevail, precede, take precedence, come first, come to a head, culminate, beat all others, break the record, take the cake*, become larger, increase, expand.

[ADJ] (Superiority {Supremacy}): superior, greater, major, higher, exceeding, great, distinguished, ultra , more than a match for, supreme, greatest, excellent, unrivaled peerless, matchless, second to none, unparalleled, unequalled, unsurpassed, superlative, incomparable, sovereign, without parallel, beyond compare, beyond comparison, topmost, transcendent, transcendental, increased, added to, enlarged, expanded.

[ADV] (Superiority {Supremacy}): {to a great degree}: beyond, more, over, over the mark, above the mark, above average, upwards of, in advance of, over and above, at the head of, at its height.

[N] (Remainder): {Thing remaining.}: remainder, residue, remains, remnant, relic, leavings, odds and ends, left-overs, dregs, dirt, refuse, debris, result, ruins, wreck, skeleton., stump, alluvium, surplus, excess, complement, superfluity, redundancy.

[ADJ] (Remainder): remaining, left, left behind, left over, residual, over, odd, unconsumed, sedimentary, surviving, exceeding, over and above, cast off, superfluous, redundant.

[V] (End): end, close, finish, terminate, conclude, be over, expire, die, come to a close, draw to a close, have run its course, run out, pass away, bring to an end, put an end to, make an end of, get through, achieve, complete, stop, make to cease.

[ADJ] (End): ending, final, terminal, definitive, crowning, completing, last, ultimate, rear, caudal, ended, at an end, settled, decided, over, played out, set at rest, conclusive, penultimate, unbegun, fresh.

[ADJ] (Past time): past, gone, over, passed away, bygone, foregone, elapsed, lapsed, expired, extinct, forgotten, irrecoverable, obsolete, old, former, late, ancestral, recent, retrospective, retroactive, historical.

[V] (Height): be high, tower, soar, command, hover, hover over, fly over, orbit, be in orbit, cap, culminate, overhang, hang over, impend, mount, perch, surmount, cover, rise, ascend.

[ADJ] (Height): high, elevated, eminent, exalted, lofty, tall, gigantic, towering, soaring, elevated, upper, highest, topmost, high reaching, perched, mountainous, alpine, aerial, overhanging, culminating, climactic

[N] (Exteriority): , outside, exterior, surface, superficies, skin, covering, epidermis, face, facet, appearance, looks, cover, envelope, husk, shell.

[ADV] (Exteriority): externally, out, over, outwards, al fresco, apparently, ostensibly.

over at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

adverb, preposition, noun
HELP NOTE For the special uses of over in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example take sth over is in the phrasal verb section at take.
1 downwards and outwards from an upright position:
Try not to knock that vase over. * The wind must have blown it over.
2 from one side to another side:
She turned over onto her front. * The car skidded off the road and rolled over and over.
3 across a street, an open space, etc:
I stopped and crossed over. * He rowed us over to the other side of the lake. * They have gone over to France. * This is my aunt who's over from Canada. * I went over (= across the room) and asked her name. * Let's ask some friends over (= to our home). * Put it down over there.
4 so as to cover sb/sth completely:
The lake was frozen over. * Cover her over with a blanket.
5 above; more:
children of 14 and over * You get an A grade for scores of 75 and over.
6 remaining; not used or needed:
If there's any food left over, put it in the fridge.
7 again:
He repeated it several times over until he could remember it. * (AmE) It's all wrong-you'll have to do it over.
8 ended:
By the time we arrived the meeting was over. * Thank goodness that's over! * I was glad when it was over and done with.
9 used to talk about sb/sth changing position:
He's gone over to the enemy (= joined them). * Please change the wheels over (= for example, put the front wheels at the back). * Hand over the money!
10 used when communicating by radio:
Message received. Over (= it is your turn to speak). * Message understood. Over and out.
(all) over again a second time from the beginning:
He did the work so badly that I had to do it all over again myself.
over against sth in contrast with sth
over and over (again) many times; repeatedly:
I've told you over and over again not to do that.
over to you used to say that it is sb's turn to do sth
HELP NOTE For the special uses of over in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example get over sth is in the phrasal verb section at get.
1 resting on the surface of sb/sth and partly or completely covering them/it:
She put a blanket over the sleeping child. * He wore an overcoat over his suit. * She put her hand over her mouth to stop herself from screaming.
2 in or to a position higher than but not touching sb/sth; above sb/sth:
They held a large umbrella over her. * The balcony juts out over the street. * There was a lamp hanging over the table.
3 from one side of sth to the other; across sth:
a bridge over the river * They ran over the grass. * They had a wonderful view over the park.
4 on the far or opposite side of sth:
He lives over the road.
5 so as to cross sth and be on the other side:
She climbed over the wall.
6 falling from or down from a place:
The car had toppled over the cliff. * He didn't dare look over the edge.
7 (all) ~ in or on all or most parts of sth:
Snow is falling all over the country. * They've travelled all over the world. * There were papers lying around all over the place.
8 more than a particular time, amount, cost, etc:
over 3 million copies sold * She stayed in Lagos for over a month. * He's over sixty.
9 used to show that sb has control or authority:
She has only the director over her. * He ruled over a great empire. * She has editorial control over what is included.
10 during sth:
We'll discuss it over lunch. * Over the next few days they got to know the town well. * We're away over (= until after) the New Year.
11 past a particular difficult stage or situation:
We're over the worst of the recession. * It took her ages to get over her illness.
12 because of or concerning sth; about sth:
an argument over money * a disagreement over the best way to proceed
13 using sth; by means of sth:
We heard it over the radio. * She wouldn't tell me over the phone.
14 louder than sth:
I couldn't hear what he said over the noise of the traffic. -> ABOVE
over and above in addition to sth:
There are other factors over and above those we have discussed.
noun (in cricket) a series of six balls BOWLED by the same person:
Chadwick dismissed two batsmen in the same over.

Over at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Over \O"ver\, prep. [AS. ofer; akin to D. over, G. ["u]ber, OHG.
ubir, ubar, Dan. over, Sw. ["o]fver, Icel. yfir, Goth. ufar,
L. super, Gr. ?, Skr. upari. ?199. Cf. {Above}, {Eaves},
{Hyper-}, {Orlop}, {Super-}, {Sovereign}, {Up}.]
1. Above, or higher than, in place or position, with the idea
of covering; -- opposed to {under}; as, clouds are over
our heads; the smoke rises over the city.

The mercy seat that is over the testimony. --Ex.
xxx. 6.

Over them gleamed far off the crimson banners of
morning. --Longfellow.

2. Across; from side to side of; -- implying a passing or
moving, either above the substance or thing, or on the
surface of it; as, a dog leaps over a stream or a table.

Certain lakes . . . poison birds which fly over
them. --Bacon.

3. Upon the surface of, or the whole surface of; hither and
thither upon; throughout the whole extent of; as, to
wander over the earth; to walk over a field, or over a

4. Above; -- implying superiority in excellence, dignity,
condition, or value; as, the advantages which the
Christian world has over the heathen. --Swift.

5. Above in authority or station; -- implying government,
direction, care, attention, guard, responsibility, etc.;
-- opposed to {under}.

Thou shalt be over my house. --Gen. xli.

I will make thee rules over many things. --Matt.
xxv. 23.

Dost thou not watch over my sin ? --Job xiv. 16.

His tender mercies are over all his works. --Ps.
cxlv. 9.

6. Across or during the time of; from beginning to end of;
as, to keep anything over night; to keep corn over winter.

7. Above the perpendicular height or length of, with an idea
of measurement; as, the water, or the depth of water, was
over his head, over his shoes.

8. Beyond; in excess of; in addition to; more than; as, it
cost over five dollars. ``Over all this.'' --Chaucer.

9. Above, implying superiority after a contest; in spite of;
notwithstanding; as, he triumphed over difficulties; the
bill was passed over the veto.

Note: Over, in poetry, is often contracted into o'er.

Note: Over his signature (or name) is a substitute for the
idiomatic English form, under his signature (name, hand
and seal, etc.), the reference in the latter form being
to the authority under which the writing is made,
executed, or published, and not the place of the
autograph, etc.

{Over all} (Her.), placed over or upon other bearings, and
therefore hinding them in part; -- said of a charge.

{Over head and ears}, beyond one's depth; completely; wholly;
hopelessly; as, over head and ears in debt.

Over \O"ver\, adv.
1. From one side to another; from side to side; across;
crosswise; as, a board, or a tree, a foot over, i. e., a
foot in diameter.

2. From one person or place to another regarded as on the
opposite side of a space or barrier; -- used with verbs of
motion; as, to sail over to England; to hand over the
money; to go over to the enemy. ``We will pass over to
Gibeah.'' --Judges xix. 12. Also, with verbs of being: At,
or on, the opposite side; as, the boat is over.

3. From beginning to end; throughout the course, extent, or
expanse of anything; as, to look over accounts, or a stock
of goods; a dress covered over with jewels.

4. From inside to outside, above or across the brim.

Good measure, pressed down . . . and running over.
--Luke vi. 38.

5. Beyond a limit; hence, in excessive degree or quantity;
superfluously; with repetition; as, to do the whole work
over. ``So over violent.'' --Dryden.

He that gathered much had nothing over. --Ex. xvi.

6. In a manner to bring the under side to or towards the top;
as, to turn (one's self) over; to roll a stone over; to
turn over the leaves; to tip over a cart.

7. At an end; beyond the limit of continuance; completed;
finished. ``Their distress was over.'' --Macaulay. ``The
feast was over.'' --Sir W. Scott.

Note: Over, out, off, and similar adverbs, are often used in
the predicate with the sense and force of adjectives,
agreeing in this respect with the adverbs of place,
here, there, everywhere, nowhere; as, the games were
over; the play is over; the master was out; his hat is

Note: Over is much used in composition, with the same
significations that it has as a separate word; as in
overcast, overflow, to cast or flow so as to spread
over or cover; overhang, to hang above; overturn, to
turn so as to bring the underside towards the top;
overact, overreach, to act or reach beyond, implying
excess or superiority.

{All over}.
(a) Over the whole; upon all parts; completely; as, he is
spatterd with mud all over.
(b) Wholly over; at an end; as, it is all over with him.

{Over again}, once more; with repetition; afresh; anew.

{Over against}, opposite; in front. --Addison.

{Over and above}, in a manner, or degree, beyond what is
supposed, defined, or usual; besides; in addition; as, not
over and above well. ``He . . . gained, over and above,
the good will of all people.'' --L' Estrange.

{Over and over}, repeatedly; again and again.

{To boil over}. See under {Boil}, v. i.

{To come it over}, {To do over}, {To give over}, etc. See
under {Come}, {Do}, {Give}, etc.

{To throw over}, to abandon; to betray. Cf. {To throw
overboard}, under {Overboard}.

Over \O"ver\, a.
Upper; covering; higher; superior; also, excessive; too much
or too great; -- chiefly used in composition; as, overshoes,
overcoat, over-garment, overlord, overwork, overhaste.

Over \O"ver\, n. (Cricket)
A certain number of balls (usually four) delivered
successively from behind one wicket, after which the ball is
bowled from behind the other wicket as many times, the
fielders changing places.

over at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

adv 1: at or to a point across intervening space etc.; "come over
and see us some time"; "over there"
2: throughout an area; "he is known the world over"
3: in such a manner as to be understood and accepted; "she
cannot get her ideas across" [syn: {across}]
4: throughout a period of time; "stay over the weekend" [syn: {o'er}]

adj : having come or been brought to a conclusion; "the harvesting
was complete"; "the affair is over, ended, finished";
"the abruptly terminated interview" [syn: {complete}, {concluded},
{ended}, {over(p)}, {all over}, {terminated}]

n : (cricket) the period during which a given number of balls (6
in England but 8 in Australia) are bowled at the batsman
by one player from the other team from the same end of
the pitch

over at English (WD) Of Explained:

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över at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » over|över-|øver



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  • above; more than
    1. : Över femhundra kom
    2. :: More than five hundred came.


      Inter: head » sv|preposition

  • above
  • over; across
  • : Det finns en bro över floden
  • :: There is a bridge over the river.
  • over; about clothes worn over something else
  • past; beyond time
  • : Vad är klockan? — Den är fem över ett.
  • :: What time is it? — It's five past one.

    Usage notes

    Normally a preposition, this över is used as a postposition in one expression: världen över = all over the world

    See also

    * komma över
  • hänga över sig
  • över-
  • övre
  • överst
  • överste

  • Translation: cs » över
    Translation: fr » över
    Translation: ko » över
    Translation: ka » över
    Translation: lt » över
    Translation: mg » över
    Translation: fj » över
    Translation: pl » över
    Translation: fi » över
    Translation: sv » över