overriding

listen to the pronunciation of overriding
الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} her şeyden önemli olan (neden/amaç)
başta gelen
ağır basan
{f} iptal et
{i} iptal etme
en ağır basan
(Tıp) Kırık kemik uçlarının üst üste binişi
(Tıp) Fetüs ölümünü göstermek üzere kafatası kemikleri kenarlarının birbiri üstüne binişi (Röntgen fliminde görülür)
çiğne
(Tıp) Fetüs başının, baş pelvis uygunsuzluğu nedeniyle pubis kemiklerinin üstüne taşması
iptal ederek
override
Geçersiz Kılmak
override
{f} ağır basmak
override
{f} çiğnemek
override
-e üstün gelmek
override
üst üste binmek (kemik)
override
baskın çıkmak
override
umursamamak
override
eskisini geçersiz kılmak
override
bastırmak
override
daha önemli olmak
override
özel satış
override
fazla binmek
override
(Bilgisayar) geçersiz kıl
override
ezmek
override
hükümsüz bırakmak
override
baskın gelmek
override
geçersiz kılma
override
çok binerek yormak
override
üstün gelmek
override
atı fazla binerek yormak
override
-e engel olmak
override
bir birine binmek
override
önem vermemek
override
bastır
override
Sahip olunan yetkiyi kullanarak bir kararı/fikri reddetmek. Başka bir şeyden daha önemli olmak. Otomatik gerçekleşen bir işlemi durdurup elle kontrol etmek. Bir atı çok zorlayacak şekilde sürmek. Üzerinden sürmek
override
geçersiz
override
tepelemek
override
{f} yetkisini kullanarak (başka birinin kararını) geçersiz kılmak. 3
override
atı yormak
override
hükümsüz kılmak
override
at ile üzerinden geçmek
override
fazla binerek yormak tıb
override
geçersiz kılmak (eskisini)
override
{f} (o.ver.rode, o.ver.rid.den)
override
bastır,hakkını çiğne
override
çiğne
override
{f} (bir sorun) (hepsinden) önemli olmak
override
{f} hakkını çiğnemek
override
ayak altında çiğnemek
override
{f} üst üste binmek (kırık kemik)
override
(Tıp) Kırılmış bir kemiğin bir ucunu diğerinin üzerine koymak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The process of replacing a method inherited from a superclass by a more specific implementation of that method in a subclass (5)
The act of defining a new version of a method provided by a base class in a derived class
having superior power and influence; "the predominant mood among policy-makers is optimism"
The redefinition by a sub-type of a feature inherited from a super-type
In a particular situation, the overriding factor is the one that is the most important. My overriding concern is to raise the standards of state education. more important than anything else
Providing a different implementation of a method in a subclass of the class that originally defined the method
Providing a different implementation of a method in a subclass of the class that originally defined the method For example, if the base class defines a method called report, which produces a report in a specific format, a subclass can override (redefine) that method so a report request to an object of the subclass will produce a report in a different format
having superior power and influence; "the predominant mood among policy-makers is optimism
VARCHAR2(3) Indicates whether the method is overriding a supertype method (YES) or not (NO)
present participle of override
Creating a method or variable in a subclass that replaces something it inherited from a superclass back to top
Replacing the implementation of an operation provided by a superclass in a subclass
Providing a different implementation of a method in a subclass by redefining the method
When using inheritance, our new class gets all the methods from the parent class However, we may want a different implementation for one of those methods This is done by overriding the original (inherited) method with our own code Typically our new code can also call back into the parent object's original implementationbased on the VB 7 demo shown at VBITS this would be done using the MyBase keyword (e g MyBase methodname)
The process of replacing a method inherited from a superclass by a more specific implementation of that method in a subclass (20)
first in priority; more important than all others; of a manual operation that bypasses an automatic operation; voiding of a decision or authority of another (especially of a lower rank)
—To supercede an instance field or virtual method in a base class with a new definition of that field or method in the derived class
A technique for giving operators and functions more than one meaning so that they react differently to differently to different messages This can include methods inherited from base classes which can be overridden by writing another method with the same name in the derived class
Providing a declaration which matches another declaration of the same name, thereby hiding the existing declaration
override
A mechanism, device or procedure used to counteract an automatic control
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A device for prioritizing audio signals, such that certain signals receive priority over others
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To ride a horse too hard
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to redefine an inherited method (Inheritance - Slide 22)
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The mode that allows you to override the Snap Mode
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Redefinition Define a method same name as the one defined on the super class or included method In overridden method, 'super' can call superior same name method -SugHimsi
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To set aside or annul, as to override a veto
override
An element in a Dynamator annotations file that specifies a set of changes to be applied to the template (AKA "modifier")
override
The ability of a linkage to cancel or change a specific function (I E locking)
override
a type of sound effects
override
to counteract the normal operation of something
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To overturn the governor's veto by a 2/3 vote of the members present in both the House and Senate
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An action of Congress attempting to override a presidential veto of congressional legislation Veto overrides are rare, succeeding only 3% of the time, as a two thirds vote in both the Senate and the House are required
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counteract the normal operation of (an automatic gear shift in a vehicle)
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The possibility for the user to anticipate an order of the established program
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prevail over; "health considerations override financial concerns"
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To declare null and void; set aside: overrode the Governor's veto
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rule against; "The Republicans were overruled when the House voted on the bill"
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To ride beyond; to pass; to outride
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Enactment of a bill despite the Governor's veto, by a vote of two thirds of the members of each house (27 votes in the Senate and 54 votes in the Assembly)
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A collection of parameters, property sets, and shaders that have been stored apart from any particular object or model and can be assigned as a single package to a different object or model with similar topology For example, all the materials that make up a character's "dress" can be packaged into one override Then, other characters can be "dressed" in the same way by applying the override to the character's root, saving the time of reapplying individual property sets You can override (through propagation) the parameters, shaders, or any other property set defined on an object
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A commission paid to managerial personnel (e g principal broker) on sales made by their subordinates, usually calculated as a percentage of the gross sales commissions earned by the salesperson
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In commission processing, refers to an agent who will receive a commission on the business another agent writes Generally, the writing agent's manager will receive a commission on the writing agent's sales
override
A rental amount paid due to sales of the tenant For example: A lease for a service station may contain a provision for a certain addition to the rent for every gallon of gasoline over a certain amount sold each month The amount over is called the override, such as two cents per gallon for every gallon over fifty thousand sold each month
override
to ride across or beyond something
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An effort to reverse a Governor's veto by a vote of two-thirds of the members of each house This requires 27 votes in the Senate and 54 votes in the Assembly
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– An amount applied to sales volume from the sale of a particular product and/or service
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a royalty
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When the President refuses to sign (veto) a new law, thereby making the law null or not valid, Congress can validate the law by a 2/3-majority vote in both houses of the legislature This site is about a House override of a late term abortion bill
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a manually operated device to correct the operation of an automatic device ride (a horse) too hard counteract the normal operation of (an automatic gear shift in a vehicle) prevail over; "health considerations override financial concerns
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a manually operated device to correct the operation of an automatic device
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{i} commission on sales; manual operation that bypasses an automatic operation; voiding of a decision or authority of another (especially of a lower rank)
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the agreement by both houses to approve a measure, which becomes law, in spite of Presidential veto
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To overturn the governor's veto by a 2/3 vote of the members present in both the House and the Senate
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To pass a bill after the Governor has vetoed it This requires a two-thirds vote of each house
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{f} void decision or authority of another (especially one lower in rank); bypass (electrical circuits, systems, etc.); operate manually in order to bypass an automatic function; trample (by a horse)
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If a course has pre or co-requisites that a student has not completed, he may appeal to the instructor to override them
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To ride over or across; to ride upon; to trample down
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the act of nullifying; making null and void; counteracting or overriding the effect or force of something
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To ride too much; to ride, as a horse, beyond its strength
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A backup level that takes place instead of the scheduled one
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If one thing in a situation overrides other things, it is more important than them. The welfare of a child should always override the wishes of its parents
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ride (a horse) too hard
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If someone in authority overrides a person or their decisions, they cancel their decisions. The president vetoed the bill, and the Senate failed by a single vote to override his veto = overrule
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Offset on the end of some cross tees that rests on top of the supporting member's flange Increases stability and moves cut edge of tee out of the visible plane of the ceiling
override
the OOP mechanism that allows you to change methods of an extended class
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To suppress; to destroy; to supersede; to annul; as, one low overrides another; to override a veto
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An override is an attempt to cancel someone's decisions by using your authority over them or by gaining more votes than them in an election or contest. The bill now goes to the House where an override vote is expected to fail
overriding
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