What's the meaning of 'over' in this sentence?
Does it mean 'in a place that is on the other side of a space or area'?
Well, what you can do is take a bike over on the ship and then go on cycling trip.
The word "over" means "ACROSS". You can take your bike on the ship to go ACROSS the water to the other side.
"Well, what you can do is take a bike over (the water) (while you are) on the ship and then go on a cycling trip.
A confusing way to speak.
August 28, 2018
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