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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.
Aug 28, 2018 2:39 PM
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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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