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to overlap something

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  • overlap — [v] lie over something else extend along, flap, fold over, go beyond, imbricate, lap over, overhang, overlay, overlie, overrun, project, protrude, ride, run over, shingle; concept 759 Ant. divide, separate …   New thesaurus

  • overlap — [ō΄vər lap′; ] also, and for n.always [, ō′vər lap΄] vt., vi. overlapped, overlapping 1. to lap over; lie upon and extend beyond a part of (something or each other) 2. to extend over part of (a period of time, sphere of activity, etc.); coincide… …   English World dictionary

  • overlap — v. /oh veuhr lap /; n. /oh veuhr lap /, v., overlapped, overlapping, n. v.t. 1. to lap over (something else or each other); extend over and cover a part of; imbricate. 2. to cover and extend beyond (something else): The ends of cloth overlap the… …   Universalium

  • overlap — 1. verb a) To extend over and partly cover something. the mousemat overlapped the edge of the desk b) To have an area, range, character or function in …   Wiktionary

  • overlap — Date: 1704 transitive verb 1. to extend over or past and cover a part of 2. to have something in common with intransitive verb 1. to occupy the same area in part 2. to have something in common • overlap noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • overlap — n. something that is superimposed v. extend over, cover a part of; have something in common …   English contemporary dictionary

  • overlap — verb (overlapped, overlapping) –verb (t) /oʊvəˈlæp / (say ohvuh lap) 1. to lap over (something else or each other); extend over and cover a part of. 2. to cover and extend beyond (something else). 3. to coincide in part with; correspond partly… …   Australian English dictionary

  • overlap — 1. Suturing of one layer of tissue above or under another to gain strength. 2. An extension or projection of one tissue over another. horizontal o. the projection of the upper anterior and/or posterior teeth …   Medical dictionary

  • overlap —    When one thing lies over, partly covering something else. Depicting this is one of the most important means of conveying an illusion of depth. (Other means include varying sizes and placement on a receding plane, along with linear and aerial… …   Glossary of Art Terms

  • overlap — verb (overlaps, overlapping, overlapped) extend over (something) so as to cover partly. ↘partly coincide in time. noun an overlapping part or amount. ↘an instance of overlapping …   English new terms dictionary

  • lap — Ⅰ. lap [1] ► NOUN ▪ the flat area between the waist and knees of a seated person. ● fall (or drop) into someone s lap Cf. ↑fall into someone s lap ● in someone s lap Cf. ↑in someone s lap …   English terms dictionary

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