Greater than and Over

Greater than

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Over and greater than are semantically related in more topic. In some cases you can use "Over" instead a preposition phrase "Greater than".
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Over adjective – Brought or having come to an end.
Greater than and over are semantically related in more than topic. You can use "Greater than" instead a preposition "Over".
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  • Video Game / Papers, Please As such, you can replay the day over and over for the most amount of processes in order to build up a buffer in your savings, with numbers greater than 20 possible with enough practice.
  • Then he wises up and copies over the Oracle, granting him power equal to (or even greater than) Neo in a single body.
  • Brago even states at one point, "If it's just about power, the power I sense over there is greater than Zophise's."
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