Meaning of over and done with in English:

over and done with

phrase

  • Completely finished.

    ‘The longer this fiasco goes on, then the more shareholders are going to be hurt, so let's get it over and done with as quickly as possible.’
    • ‘But all we want to do is get it over and done with and hope that our daughter can go on to lead a normal life.’
    • ‘Thank goodness that's all over and done with for another year.’
    • ‘My only hope at this point is that they get this wretched debacle over and done with as soon as possible, and preferably before it gets really messy.’
    • ‘I'd like to get this over and done with as quickly as possible.’
    • ‘We go up and do our training, get it over and done with, and try not to be distracted by what people are saying about the match.’
    • ‘If I have to testify I ask that it be done as soon as possible, because I just want to get this over and done with and get on with my life.’
    • ‘I'm not too concerned about the exam, just looking forwards to getting it over and done with.’
    • ‘It is a strange feeling to work on this project for a whole year, only for it to be over and done with in what feels like the blink of an eye.’
    • ‘It was as if everyone was waiting for the official speeches to be over and done with.’
    completed, concluded, consummated, finalized, terminated, over and done with, over, in the past, at an end