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    #1

    over vs come to an end

    "The meeting is over."

    OR

    "The meeting has already come to an end."

    What would be the difference?

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    #2

    Re: over vs come to an end

    There's no difference - except that the first version is shorter.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: over vs come to an end

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    There's no difference - except that the first version is shorter.

    Rover
    So these two are interchangable?

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