Definitions and translations for "overset"

Definition of overset

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To set over (something); to cover.
2. To turn, or to be turned, over; to be upset.
3. To overwhelm; to overthrow, defeat.
4. To physically disturb (someone); to make nauseous, upset.
5. To knock over, capsize, overturn.
6. To unbalance (a situation, state etc.); to confuse, to put into disarray.
7. To set (type or copy) in excess of what is needed; to set too much type for a given space.
8. To translate.
9. To overfill.
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English - Spanish - overset

Pronunciation
Ex: So overset was she by the dramatic surprise of his remarks that she was reduced to staring impotently at him.

English - German - overset

Pronunciation
umgestürzt

English - Indonesian - overset

Pronunciation
v. melanggar peraturan, membingungkan

English - Italian - overset

Pronunciation
v. capovolgere, rovesciare

English - Portuguese - overset

Pronunciation
v. alterar, voltar, virar, desorganizar, estragar, derrubar, tombar

English - Russian - overset

Pronunciation
г. нарушать порядок, повергать в расстройство, повергать в смущение, опрокидывать, опрокидываться

English - Turkish - overset

Pronunciation
f. devirmek, altüst etmek, alabora olmak, devrilmek

English - Ukrainian - overset

Pronunciation
v. порушувати порядок, перекидати, розладнувати, перевертати, перекидатися, перевертатися, бентежити, розстроювати

English - Dutch - overset

Pronunciation
ww. omslaan, omslaan : doen omslaan, war : in de war brengen

English - Chinese - overset

Pronunciation
v. 翻 (fan1), 翻倒 (fan1 dao3)

English - Chinese - overset

Pronunciation
v. 翻 (fan1), 翻倒 (fan1 dao3)

English - Korean - overset

Pronunciation
동. 뒤집어 엎다, 뒤집히다
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Verb forms for overset
Present participle: oversetting
Present: overset (3.person: oversets)
Past: overset
Future: will overset
Present conditional: would overset
Present Perfect: have overset (3.person: has overset)
Past Perfect: had overset
Future Perfect: will have overset
Past conditional: would have overset