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over the moon

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishover the moonover the moonBritish English informalHAPPY very happy She’s over the moon about her new job. moon
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over the moonStaff here are all over the moon.Although over the moon with it generally, I am disappointed with the lack of power in the naturally aspirated diesel engine.If I found it - well, I'd be over the moon.And Tony is over the moon about her.She had been continually up the spout, or over the moon, about some one or something.Yes, you've certainly scored a winner this month, folks, I hope you're over the moon about it!I was so over the moon I walked all the way home to Streatham with this huge smile on my face.I was over the moon for Tom, but I was also cold, wet, and in agony with my legs.
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