What does the word overflow mean?
Part of Speech: Verb, separableHyphenation:
- over | over | over, past tense: over, past participle: over | over | flow
- IPA: [ˈYːbɐˌlaʊ̯fn̩], simple past: [ˌliːf ˈyːbɐ], past participle: [ˈyːbɐɡəˌlaʊ̯fn̩]
- 1) Military: fight on the side of the enemy troops
- 2) from a liquid: flow over the edge of an already filled vessel
- 3) from a vessel: be so full that the content is already flowing over the edge
- 1) desert, desertion
- 1) More and more army units to run to the insurgents above.
- 2) The water running soon above!
- 3) Turn off the tap, the bucket running beautiful above!
- 1) Defector
- 3) Overflow, overflow basin, overflow channel, overflow protection
- Present tense: I. overflow; you overflow; he she it it's spilling over
- Simple past: I. ran over
- Participle II: defected
- Subjunctive II: i overflowed
- Imperative: singular run over!; Plural overflows!
- Auxiliary verb: be
- English: 2) overflow
- French: 2) transborder, déborder
- Italian: 2) debordare, traboccare
- Catalan: 1) passar-se a l'enemic, desertar; 2) desbordar-se
- Portuguese: 1) desertar; 2) transbordar
- Spanish: 1) pasarse al enemigo; 2) rebosar
Part of Speech: Verb, inseparableHyphenation:
- over | over | over, past tense: over | over, participle II: over | over | over
- IPA: [yːbɐˈlaʊ̯fn̩], simple past: [yːbɐˌliːf], past participle: [yːbɐˈlaʊ̯fn̩]
- 1) from large crowds: visit at the same time, excessive use
- 2) to grasp something / someone
- 1) The new shopping arcade is very run over.
- 1) Since the price cuts run over people the supermarket.
- 2) me overflowed a chill.
- Present tense: I. overflow; you overflow; he she it overflows
- Simple past: I. overflowed
- Participle II: run over
- Subjunctive II: i overflowed
- Imperative: singular overflow!; Plural overflows!
- Auxiliary verb: to have
Part of speech: adjectiveIncreases:
- positive run over, Comparative —, Superlative —
- over | run | over, No increase
- IPA: [yːbɐˈlaʊ̯fn̩]
- 1) Visited by too many people at the same time
- 1) deserted
- 1) The amusement park is totally on Sundays run over.
- 1) I associate fully booked hotels with Mallorca overcrowded Beaches.
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Autumn is ideal for city trips in the south, as the temperatures are still pleasantly warm and the capitals are not closed run over are.“
Today.at, September 22, 2018
„The Barmsee and the Geroldsee are used by tourists run over - not least because of social media such as Instagram.“
Day 24, March 23, 2019
„The North Korean ambassador to Italy is said to have left with his family. Whether he's going to South Korea run over would like is still unclear.“
Handelsblatt.com, January 03, 2019
„Elbe and the Alster are often run over - on the other hand, hardly anyone knows these goals.“
Mopo, June 29, 2019
„More and more people are apparently longing for places that are not standardized, monitored or run over are. This can be seen in trends such as Lost Place Hunting.“
Radio Bremen, August 20, 2018
„For fear of the coronavirus, medical practices are becoming downright run over of people who think they are infected.“
Day 24, March 02, 2020
„You long for a lot of nature - in places that are not hopeless run over are? Eight hiking routes from Berlin to the Allgäu.“
Spiegel Online, May 8, 2020
„This year, many are drawn to the mountains for an autumn hike. In order to avoid the onslaught, one should choose routes that are not run over are.“
derStandard.at, October 23, 2020
„During the Whitsun holidays it could be tight in Germany's most popular holiday resorts. There are also beautiful regions that are not so run over are. Twelve recommendations.“
sueddeutsche.de, May 27, 2020
„Numerous companies that have already been heavily indebted for a long time are currently falling into an existential crisis. However, the corona crisis is only the famous drop that comes in run over brings.“
young world, May 24, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- (to settle down
- fall off: detach yourself from something and fall down; left over; fail to adhere to agreements; Sailing: turning away from the wind with a boat sailing high upwind; run more or less steeply downwards, have a gradient
- to become apostate
- desert: to unlawfully withdraw from military service, to desert
- overflow: spreading over the edge of a vessel, container, swelling; be so full that the content oozes out or protrudes; overcrowded, overcrowded; go beyond normal (and / or tolerable) levels
- spill over: ft = mostly moving over liquids, once set in motion, (rather) slowly and moving as a coherent mass over an edge downwards or out of something; ft = be so full via a vessel that liquid runs down / out of the wheel
- to be overflowing
- Change the page (s)
- to turn (fig.)
- slap (yourself) on the other side
- (there are) too many visitors
- (too) busy
Another word (synonym) for overflowing - Source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "overflow":
to run: ... run as a couple, test run, run to death, run out, run around, walk around, run wrong, run over, run around, run around, run under, run away, run ahead, run full, run ahead ...
stomach: ... ~ growl, ~ lie, ~ pump, ~ ram, ~ rebel, ~ hit, ~ pain, ~ spare, ~ overflow, ~ over-acid, ~ and intestines, ~ spoil, ~ twist, ~ cork ...
sentir: ... feel c) overcome emotions felt as unpleasant, threatening: overrun 4) transitive: a) unpleasant, find it a shame: ...
fortnight: ... spread the United States, for some Afghans it was the last drop that broke the barrel. "Idiom / idioms: 1) once a fortnight: every two weeks ...
occupied: ... sold out, occupied, jam-packed, jam-packed, reserved, overcrowded, overstaffed, overcrowded, overcrowded, assigned, full, full, full, pre-ordered, reserved ...
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overflowing (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: over | running | fend Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈyːbɐˌlaʊ̯fn̩t]…
overflowing (German) Part of speech: Declined form of the separable verb Hyphenation: über | Laufen | fen | de Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
overflowing (German) Part of speech: Declined form of the separable verb Hyphenation: over | over | over | over | the pronunciation / stress: ...
overflowing (German) Part of speech: Declined form of the separable verb Hyphenation: over | over | over | the pronunciation / stress: ...
overflowing (German) Part of speech: Declined form of the separable verb Hyphenation: over | over | running | the pronunciation / stress: ...
overflowing (German) Part of speech: Declined form of the separable verb Hyphenation: überlauf | fen | of the pronunciation / stress: ...
overcrowded (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: über | lau | fe | ne Pronunciation / stress: IPA:…
overcrowded (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: über | lau | fe | nem Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
uncrowded (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: über | lau | fe | nen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
more crowded (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: over | lau | fe | ner Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
overcrowded (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: über | lau | fe | nes Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
overflow (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: über | lau | fixed Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
overflowed (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: über | lau | fet Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈyːbɐˌlaʊ̯fət]…
overflows (German) Part of speech: Conjugated form, separable verb Hyphenation: over | runs Pronunciation / emphasis: IPA:…
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