To put over

Related to To put over: put over the top
(Naut.) to sail over or across.

See also: Put

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The 32-year-old has started to put overs under his belt, taking four wickets in a second XI game against Yorkshire on Friday.
Some of the Australian batsmen are still short of runs but I think they will continue to try to be aggressive against Moeen and try to force England to put overs into the legs of our quicker bowlers.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Bell, who was England's leading run-scorer in their 3-0 summer series win, said that as a batting unit, he and his teammates are planning to bat for long periods of time and give their side's bowlers a rest in order to put overs into their legs.