be over
{v. phr.} To be ended; be finished. * /The show was over by 11 P.M./ * /The war will soon be over./

Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.

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  • be over the hill — informal someone who is over the hill is too old to do things well. In the world of pop music, people think you re over the hill at the age of twenty five …   New idioms dictionary

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