For VS. Over VS. During?

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Anonymous:
I paid off my loans for six months. VS. I paid off my loans over six months. VS. I paid off my loans during six months.

I think that they are synonymous in this case. What do you native English speakers think? Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.
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Anonymous...I paid off my loans for six months. Emotion: no Then what did you do? That sentence does not convey the meaning that you paid off all your loans.
I paid off my loans over six months. Emotion: yes
I paid off my loans during six months. Emotion: no It's as bad as the first one.

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canadian45I paid off my loans over six months. Does this mean I paid my loans more than six months. It also mean I paid all my loans. Correct me if am wrong please.
Thank you so much.

Shravan.
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shravanmm canadian45I paid off my loans over six months. Does this mean I paid my loans more than six months. It also mean I paid all my loans. Correct me if am wrong please.Thank you so much.Shravan.
Thank you so much and I am confused now that this, "I paid off my loans over six months. Does this mean I paid my loans more than six months. It also mean I paid all my loans. Correct me if am wrong please." is what canadian45 said or shravanmm's question?
AnonymousI paid off my loans over six months.
This means I paid all the money ('off' = completely) and I did it within a 6-month period.
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