over

* The prefix over- usually means "too much" or "more than".
• overlap, overpack, overpass, overcast, overshadow, overpackage, overtax, overdraft, overvalue, overcapitalize, overcapacity, overcategorize, overanalyze, overpractice, overactive, overdramatic, overreact, overexaggerate, overrate, overtake, overstate, overlay, overpay, overplay, overstay, overspray, overpaint, overpraise, overstrain, overshare, oversalt, overall, overhaul, overdraw, overawe, overarch, overlarge, overcharge, overqualified, overeducated, overestimate, overinvest, overspend, overspecify, overemphasize, overrepresent, overgeneralize, overmedicate, overdress, overstep, overprotect, overextend, overschedule, overwhelm, oversensitive, overbear, overbearing, overeager, overzealous, overhead, overhear, overheat, overreach, overseas, oversee, oversleep, overengineer, overbusy, overmix, overbid, overbill, overkill, overthink, oversimplify, overparticular, overmanipulate, overprivileged, overprovision, overachieve, overdeliver, oversupply, overbuy, overnice, oversize, override, overdrive, overprice, overtime, overripe, overtire, overentitlement, overnight, oversight, overwrite, overclock, overprocess, overpopulate, overstock, overpromise, overconfident, overcompensate, overcomplicate, overcome, overjoy, overhang, overage, overcoat, overload, overdose, overexpose, overtone, overboard, overflow, overgrow, overthrow, overvoltage, overpower, overcrowded, oversaturated, overbook, oversell, overcook, overlook, overdo, overwrought, overrun, overdub, overstuff, overindulge, overconsumption, overproduction, overproduce, overrule, overwork, overture, overview, overdue, overuse, overexert, overburden, overturn

• makeover, allover, leftover, moreover, voice-over (voiceover), crossover, pullover, turnover