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difference between "over and on"
Jun 11, 2015 3:45 AM
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Over and On both means above something, the difference is that over is without contact, but on is with contact.
June 17, 2015
Over means going above something to get to the other side, e.g. "I jumped over a rock." On means you are currently on top of something, e.g. "I am standing on a rock." Both of these words have multiple meanings but I believe that is the context you are looking at. :)
June 11, 2015
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