Noun + over + noun

Noun + over + noun

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Pattern

Noun + over + noun pattern is frequently employed to give extra information regarding a cause of something.

The cause part follows preposition "over" in the pattern.

I had an argument last night.

I had an argument over money last night.

Example sentences

Here are more sentences which use noun + over + noun pattern.

Before departing the policeman renewed his plea over help.

The quarrel over overtime lasted nearly thirty minutes.

The whole discussion over the new policy proved to be just a waste of time.

This post was updated on 27 Oct 2017 15:31:58

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