English version

over to somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishover to somebodyover to somebodyDIFFERENTused to say that it is now someone else’s turn to do something, to speak etc I’ve done my best. Now it’s over to the professionals. over
Examples from the Corpus
over to somebodyNow over to Bob who's live at the scene of the crime.
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