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Suggests that you've moved beyond a particular event - it doesn't bother you anymore.

Not to be confused with all over it
I had a tragic time last quarter and my GPA hit rock bottom - but I'm over it.
by warren b October 21, 2001
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I couldn’t care less (but one must keep up appearances, right?)
Frenemy has a family tragedy. "Thoughts and prayers."
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to want to have nothing to do with it; to not want to hear about it, see it, deal with it. NOTHING. over it!
i tried to drive one mile and it took me five hours. i'm over it.
by over it September 23, 2004
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1. To have moved on from something or someone and it no longer bother's you.
2. To be sick of something or someone.
1. "You still sad about yo' divorce dude?"
"Nah....I'm over it now."
"Do you still love yo' secretary?"
"Nah....I'm over it now."
2. "This CD has been playin for ages. I'm fully 'over it'!"
"I hate the way Joe always hog's the blunt. I'm over it!"
by Diego July 18, 2003
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(n) The act of having emotionally moved on and matured, used in reference to an unpleasant experience.
1. It's been a year since our break up, I think I'm finally over it.
2. Although the car crash that killed his brother was a traumatic ordeal, the young man got over it as time went on.
by discountalligator July 09, 2003
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To walk over something. Traditionally, used as a noun to refer to the game of same name, which involves walking over objects.
See that bike-rack? Watch me overit.
by lazywalker June 15, 2008
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being tired of something and wanting nothing more to do with it
Becky was not pleased with her nickname, "Becky with the good hair" and was over it.
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