Origin of over-the-counter
Definition for over-the-counter (2 of 2)
over the counter
Origin of over the counter
Examples from the Web for over-the-counter
Refuting critics who say he is anti-contraception, Gardner is calling for over-the-counter sale of birth control pills.
It sounds great—four GOP Senate candidates call for over-the-counter birth control access.
After all, health insurance companies rarely cover the cost of over-the-counter medicines.
ACOG is without question in favor of over-the-counter oral contraception.Hobby Lobby Ignores The Fact That The Pill Is More Than A Contraceptive|Caitlin Dickson|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This isn't true for everything, but is often true for dairy, snack foods, over-the-counter medication, and pet food.13 Revelations From Reddit’s ‘Dirty Little Secret’ Thread Exposing Alleged Industry Secrets|Nina Strochlic|August 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for over-the-counter
- (of securities) not listed or quoted on a stock exchange
- (of a security market) dealing in such securities
- (of security transactions) conducted through a broker's office directly between purchaser and seller and not on a stock exchange