- engaged in warfare on foreign soilFor the British, France in the First World War:[Peter] was seventeen and a half; next year would see him fighting. He had learned much of what it was like over there from his brother. (S. Hastings, 1994, quoting from E. Waugh)For the American military over there meant service in Europe in both World Wars.
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there — I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English thǣr; akin to Old High German dār there, Old English thæt that Date: before 12th century 1. in or at that place < stand over there > often used interjectionally 2. to or into that place ;… … New Collegiate Dictionary
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