Definition of all over in English:

all over

1Completely finished: it’s all over between us
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  • Gaughan stretched the lead to nine, a minute later and it seemed all over but Castlerea weren't finished.
  • However, a pal claims that it is all over between them.
  • It's all over between Kate and Pete, as she chucks out her belongings.
2 informal Everywhere: there were bodies all over
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  • I radioed in that there was oil all over, but I got through it and we finished in one piece.
  • The past pupils came from all over to join in the celebrations.
2.1With reference to all parts of the body: I was shaking all over
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  • My body was shaking all over as I left the room, and I prayed to God I wouldn't trip on the way out.
  • Sweat was beading on his body, he was shaking all over, and he was breathing hard.
  • I'm shaking all over and sweating and my legs feel weak.
3 informal Typical of the person mentioned: that’s our management all over!
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  • That's him all over: irreverent, outspoken, outrageously good company.
  • See, that's you all over.
4 informal Effusively attentive to (someone): James was all over her
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  • If I were 15 years younger I'd be all over her,' he thought.
  • I went to the party and I had women all over me.
  • Becky, now awake, lived up to her billing for her character and was all over Mike.
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