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    one thing over another

    Is this "over" "instead of" or "above" or something? I roughly understand what it is, but it's hard to find it synonym.

    ex)In choosing one thing over another, we make trade off. We give up one thing in order to have another...

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    Re: one thing over another

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Is this "over" "instead of" or "above" or something? I roughly understand what it is, but it's hard to find it synonym.

    ex)In choosing one thing over another, we make trade off. We give up one thing in order to have another...
    "In preference to"

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