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Related to over with: excitedness
all over with
Completely defunct, defeated, closed, finished, or dead; can refer to something imminent or that has just happened After the opposing team scored that third goal, we knew the game was all over with for us. The cancer proved too aggressive; it's all over with for me now.
*over (and done) with
finished. (*Typically: be ~; get something ~; have something ~.) I'm glad that's over and done with. Now that I have college over and done with, lean get a job.
Done, finished, as in I'll be glad when exams are over with. [Colloquial; second half of 1900s] Also see over and done with.
Completely finished; done: Let's get the shopping over with.