what is difference between there and over there

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there means -waha and over there means- waha par

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Usually we use 'over there' to indicate places that are within sight. If you are pointing to a place with your hand, you could probably use 'over there' as opposed to just 'there'.  "Could you put that package over there on the desk, please."  "You need to park your car in that lot over there across the street."  sometimes people will say "Over there in Asia.", so the rule for using 'over there' only when something is in sight is not always followed. English has any number of maddening exceptions like this.

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