over and done with


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over and done with

Completely finished and no longer one's concern, especially something unpleasant. I'm glad that's over and done with—I absolutely hate getting blood drawn at the doctor's office. A: "It's your turn to speak." B: "All right, let's get this over and done with."
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over and done with

Completed, finished, as in That argument's over and done with, so drop the subject. This usage is somewhat redundant but more emphatic than over with. [First half of the 1900s]
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over and done with

completely finished.
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