Etymology
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Words related to over

spillover (n.)
1940, from verbal phrase, from spill (v.) + over (adv.). From 1953 as an adjective.
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stop-over (n.)
also stopover, 1881, from the verbal phrase, from stop (v.) + over (adv.).
takeover (n.)
1917, "an act of taking over," from verbal phrase take over (1884), from take (v.) + over (adv.). Attested from 1958 in the corporate sense.
turnover (n.)
also turn-over, 1650s, "action of turning over," from the verbal phrase; see turn (v.) + over (adv.). As a kind of pastry tart, from 1798. Meaning "number of employees leaving a place and being replaced" is recorded from 1955.

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