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over

Cricket
a. a series of six balls bowled by a bowler from the same end of the pitch
b. the play during this

over

[′ō·vər]
(ordnance)
A bomb or projectile hit beyond or past the target.

over

In air traffic control terminology, it means, “My transmission has ended. I expect a response from you.”
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Hazlewood also said that he hoped that his body starts to harden up and he starts getting overs under the belt, adding that one never knows what can happen around the corner.
The one part of this prepar-ation period that has not quite gone right is those two not getting overs under their belt.
Fitness won't be a problem, it is probably getting overs under my belt that will be the biggest thing," he said.