You know Hunan Pan over on Hudson?
here use "over on" together , whether if it means across Hudson St or not？
can you show me some similar example？thanks so much
Feb 24, 2012 3:55 PM
Answers · 1
Over on is a relaxed way of saying on.
"The place which is located on Hudson" = "over there on hudson" = "over on hudson"
It would be relaxed language for me to use it like this also:
My keys are over on the table. Will you grab them?