overflow

overflow
1. əuvə'flou verb
(to flow over the edge or limits (of): The river overflowed (its banks); The crowd overflowed into the next room.) desbordarse, rebosar

2. 'əuvəflou noun
1) (a flowing over of liquid: I put a bucket under the pipe to catch the overflow; (also adjective) an overflow pipe.) desbordamiento/exceso de líquido
2) (an overflow pipe.) tubería de desagüe
overflow vb desbordarse
she left the tap on and the bath overflowed dejó el grifo abierto y la bañera se desbordó
overflow
tr[(n) 'əʊvəfləʊ; (vb) əʊvə'fləʊ]
noun
1 (of river etc) desbordamiento; (excess liquid) líquido que sale
there's an overflow from the cistern la cisterna se desborda
put a bucket underneath to catch the overflow pon un cubo debajo para coger el agua que sale
2 (of people) exceso
3 (pipe) tubo de desagüe; (hole) rebosadero
intransitive verb
1 (river) desbordarse; (bath etc) rebosar
the bath is overflowing la bañera está rebosando
2 (people) rebosar
the church was so full that people were overflowing into the street la iglesia estaba tan llena que la gente rebosaba por la calle
3 (be full of) rebosar (with, de)
the dustbin is overflowing el cubo de la basura está lleno a rebosar
she was overflowing with love estaba rebosante de amor
transitive verb
1 (liquid) salirse de
the water overflowed the banks of the river el agua se salió del cauce del río
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be full to overflowing estar lleno,-a hasta el borde
overflow pipe tubo de desagüe
overflow [.o:vər'flo:] vt
1) : desbordar
2) inundate: inundar
overflow vi
: desbordarse, rebosar
overflow ['o:vər.flo:] n
1) : derrame m, desbordamiento m (de un río)
2) surplus: exceso m, excedente m
overflow (Computing)
n.
desbordamiento (Informática) s.m.
n.
cañería de desagüe s.f.
derrame s.m.
desbordamiento s.m.
husillo s.m.
inundación s.f.
llena s.f.
rebosadero s.m.
rebosar s.m.
rebose s.m.
v.
aplayarse v.
derramar v.
desbordar v.
inundar v.
rebasar v.
rebosar v.
redundar v.
reverter v.

I
1. 'əʊvər'fləʊ, ˌəʊvə'fləʊ
intransitive verb
a) \<\<liquid\>\> derramarse, desbordarse; \<\<bucket/bath/river\>\> desbordarse

the party had overflowed into the garden — la fiesta se había extendido al jardín

to fill something to overflowing — llenar algo hasta el borde

b) (be more than full of)

to overflow WITH something: the house is overflowing with junk — la casa está hasta el techo de cachivaches


2.
vt (flow over) desbordar

II 'əʊverfləʊ, 'əʊvəfləʊ
noun
a) u c (excess)

we put a bowl there to catch the overflow — pusimos un bol para recoger el líquido que se derramaba or que salía

the overflow from the church stood outside — los que no cabían en la iglesia se quedaron fuera

b) c (outlet) rebosadero m
1.
['ǝʊvǝflǝʊ]
N (=pipe) desagüe m , tubo m de desagüe; (=outlet, hole) rebosadero m ; (=liquid) exceso m de líquido, líquido m derramado; [of people] exceso m

they made an extra room available for the overflow from the meeting — acomodaron otra sala para dar cabida al exceso de asistentes a la reunión

2.
[ˌǝʊvǝ'flǝʊ]
VI [liquid] rebosar, derramarse; [container, room, hall] rebosar; [river] desbordarse

people overflowed from the hall into the streets outside — la gente desbordó la sala, inundando las calles del alrededor

to fill a cup to overflowing — llenar una taza hasta rebosar

the crowd filled the stadium to overflowing — el estadio estaba a rebosar de público

she was overflowing with joy — estaba rebosante de alegría

3.
[ˌǝʊvǝ'flǝʊ]
VT [+ banks] desbordarse de, salir de; [+ fields, surrounding area] inundar
4.
CPD

overflow meeting N — reunión f para el exceso de público

overflow pipe N — desagüe m , tubo m de desagüe

* * *

I
1. ['əʊvər'fləʊ, ˌəʊvə'fləʊ]
intransitive verb
a) \<\<liquid\>\> derramarse, desbordarse; \<\<bucket/bath/river\>\> desbordarse

the party had overflowed into the garden — la fiesta se había extendido al jardín

to fill something to overflowing — llenar algo hasta el borde

b) (be more than full of)

to overflow WITH something: the house is overflowing with junk — la casa está hasta el techo de cachivaches


2.
vt (flow over) desbordar

II ['əʊverfləʊ, 'əʊvəfləʊ]
noun
a) u c (excess)

we put a bowl there to catch the overflow — pusimos un bol para recoger el líquido que se derramaba or que salía

the overflow from the church stood outside — los que no cabían en la iglesia se quedaron fuera

b) c (outlet) rebosadero m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

Игры ⚽ Поможем написать реферат

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • Overflow — O ver*flow , n. 1. A flowing over, as of water or other fluid; an inundation. Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. That which flows over; a superfluous portion; a superabundance. Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. An outlet for the escape of surplus liquid. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • overflow — ► VERB 1) flow over the brim of a receptacle. 2) be excessively full or crowded. 3) (overflow with) be very full of (an emotion). ► NOUN 1) the overflowing of a liquid. 2) the excess not able to be accommodated by a space …   English terms dictionary

  • overflow — [n] flood, inundation advance, cataclysm, cataract, congestion, deluge, discharge, encroachment, enforcement, engorgement, excess, exuberance, flash flood, flooding, infringement, niagara, overabundance, overcrowding, overkill, overmuch,… …   New thesaurus

  • overflow — [ō΄vər flō′; ] also, and for n.always [, ō′vər flō΄] vt. 1. to flow over or across; flood 2. to flow over the brim or edge of 3. to cause to overflow by filling beyond capacity vi. 1. to flow beyond the limits; run over 2. to be more than full or …   English World dictionary

  • Overflow — O ver*flow , v. i. 1. To run over the bounds. [1913 Webster] 2. To be superabundant; to abound. Rogers. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Overflow — O ver*flow , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Overflowed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Overflowing}.] [AS. oferfl?wan. See {Over}, and {Flow}.] 1. To flow over; to cover woth, or as with, water or other fluid; to spread over; to inundate; to overwhelm. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Overflow — (engl. für Überlauf, überfließen) bezeichnet: in der Informatik: einen Arithmetischen Überlauf einen Pufferüberlauf einen japanischen Erogē Produzenten: 0verflow Diese Seite ist eine …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • overflow — index balance (amount in excess), cataclysm, inundate, outflow, overage, plethora, surfeit, surplus Burton s …   Law dictionary

  • overflow — *teem, swarm, abound …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • overflow — as a verb, has the past form and past participle overflowed …   Modern English usage

  • overflow — I UK [ˌəʊvə(r)ˈfləʊ] / US [ˌoʊvərˈfloʊ] verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms overflow : present tense I/you/we/they overflow he/she/it overflows present participle overflowing past tense overflowed past participle overflowed 1) a) to flow… …   English dictionary

Compartir el artículo y extractos

Link directo
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”