Over with What is the meaning of the phrase "when its over with"? "its" in the phrase means "it is" or smth else?
Apr 12, 2016 12:43 PM
Answers · 2
Note that there is a mistake in your phrase. The word 'its' is wrong. It should be '..when it's over with'.... The apostrophe ' tells you that the word is a contraction, in this case the contraction of 'it is'. The word 'its' is a possessive - the neutral form of 'his' or 'her'.
April 12, 2016
Yes, its = it is in this sentence. Over with = finished. You could also say "finished with".
April 12, 2016
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