overrun

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} aşmak
aşma
(Bilgisayar) taşma
Aşırı İşlem
uzamak
kapla
istilâ etmek
(sınır/bitiş süresi/vb.) aşmak
(Gıda) Dondurmaya hava eklenmesi işlemi
{f} aşırı işlet
{i} aşırı işletme
(Gıda) Dondurma üretiminde, ürünün hacmini artırmak(şişkinlik) için işlem sırasında dondurmanın havayla karıştırılması
kapla,v.aşırı işlet: n.aşırı işletme
{f} (o.ver.ran, o.ver.run, --ning)
(Askeri) İstila etmek, ele geçirmek
{f} fazla çalıştırmak (makine)
(Askeri) PİST İMTİDADI: Bir pistin, nihayetinde, uçaklara mahsus temizlenmiş saha. Uçaklar bu sahaya tehlikesizce inebilirler
{f} istila etmek; kaplamak
{f} haddini aşmak
aş/istila et
{f} yeniden dizgi yapmak
kaplama
geçmek
(Spor) aşırı üretim
(Gıda) hacim artışı
overrun the time
zamanı aşmak
overrun the time
zamanı aş
overrun the time
zamanı as
overrun with
ile taşması
overrun control
(Askeri) FOTOĞRAF KONTROL CİHAZI: Bir kameranın normal durma süresinden sonra belirli sayıda fotoğraf çekmesini veya belirli bir süre daha çalışmasını sağlayan teçhizat
overrun control
(Askeri) fotoğraf kontrol cihazı
overrun error
(Bilgisayar) aşım hatası
overrun errors
(Bilgisayar) taşma hataları
overran
kaplamak
cost overrun
fazla maliyet
overran
kapla
buffer overrun
(Bilgisayar) Arabellek kapasitesinin aşımı, arabellek taşması
overran
aş/istila et
İngilizce - İngilizce
An instance of overrunning
The amount by which something overruns

At least this year's overrun isn't as unmanagable as last year!.

To defeat an enemy and invade in great numbers, seizing his positions conclusively
To readjust by shifting the excess letter(s) to the next line of a set type
To infest, swarm over, flow over
To continue for too long
To run past; exceed
to infest or ravage
{v} to out-run, overspread, ravage, lay waste
Extra copies above the print quantity
To go beyond; to extend in part beyond; as, one line overruns another in length
In printing, copies printed in excess of the specified quantity Printing agreements usually specify allowable overruns
(often followed by `with' or used in combination) troubled by or encroached upon in large numbers; "waters infested with sharks"; "shark-infested waters"; "the locust-overrun countryside"; "drug-plagued streets"
The quantity received as output from a manufacturing process such as printing, that is in excess of the quantity ordered
{f} invade; infest; swarm; triumph; exceed; print excess amount
Difference between the log scale of a shipment of timber and the volume of actual lumber obtained from it (24)
occupy in large numbers or live on a host; "the Kudzu plant infests much of the South and is spreading to the North"
To carry over, or back, as type, from one line or page into the next after, or next before
To extend the contents of (a line, column, or page) into the next line, column, or page
An attack in overwhelming strength made by units in travel formation rather than deployed for combat For instance, a platoon of tanks might be capable of overruning infantry manning a roadblock
To extend beyond its due or desired length; as, a line, or advertisement, overruns
To run, pass, spread, or flow over or by something; to be beyond, or in excess
Extra printed pieces in excess of the quantity specified Normal chargeable overrun is 3%
Producing more paper or output than ordered Many organizations have a standard on what is considered an acceptable amount of underrun or overrun See underrun
run beyond or past; "The plane overran the runway"
to run beyond a base Runners can and should overrun first base but can be tagged out if they overrun second or third base A player that overruns first base then turns toward the field of play cannot be tagged out unless the umpire judges that the player has made a clear move to go onto to second base
Copies printed and/or bound in excess of the specified quantity
1 To continue past a previously announced out time 2 The amount of time a program may run past its announced out-time
Additional numbers of a print vehicle that are produced in excess of those needed for distribution Overruns may take place to meet unexpected needs or demands
In printing, copies printed in excess of the specified quantity
If you say that a place is overrun with things that you consider undesirable, you mean that there are a large number of them there. The Hotel has been ordered to close because it is overrun by mice and rats Padua and Vicenza are prosperous, well-preserved cities, not overrun by tourists
seize the position of and defeat; "the Crusaders overran much of the Holy Land
If an event or meeting overruns by, for example, ten minutes, it continues for ten minutes longer than it was intended to. Tuesday's lunch overran by three-quarters of an hour The talks overran their allotted time
Êin printing, copies printed in excess of the specified quantity P
When a coaster train goes past the station without stopping completely Most likely to happen on an older coaster with manual brakes Not a dangerous situation, and gets you another ride without lining up again
To print a larger quantity of books than ordered Printers estimate a 10 percent spoilage If this does not occur, the additional books are charged to the customer but only up to 10 percent
run beyond or past; "The plane overran the runway" seize the position of and defeat; "the Crusaders overran much of the Holy Land
A graded and compacted portion of the clear zone, located at the extension of each end of the runway, to minimize risk of accident to aircraft due to overrun on takeoff or undershooting on landing Its length is normally equal to that of the clear zone and its width is equal to that of the runway and shoulders
Additional copies of a print advertisement beyond the number actually ordered
Specialties produced in excess of the number originally ordered
Printing a quantity in excess of what is ordered Typically printers specify that they will supply 10% more or less that the requested quantity
{i} invasion of country; infestation; extension; military victory; inundation, flooding; excess of printed materials
To abuse or oppress, as if by treading upon
In the context of project financing, the amount of capital expenditures or funding above the original estimate to complete the project
seize the position of and defeat; "the Crusaders overran much of the Holy Land"
To invade in great numbers, to seize an enemys positions conclusively
continue a process or a series of processes past the optimum point See also end phenomena
If costs overrun, they are higher than was planned or expected. We should stop the nonsense of taxpayers trying to finance new weapons whose costs always overrun hugely Costs overran the budget by about 30%. Overrun is also a noun. He was stunned to discover cost overruns of at least $1 billion. an amount of time or money that is larger than was planned or intended
copies of printed material that exceed the number ordered by the customer
too much production or more than expected
To exceed in distance or speed of running; to go beyond or pass in running
Copies printed in excess of the specified quantity to top
If an army or an armed force overruns a place, area, or country, it succeeds in occupying it very quickly. A group of rebels overran the port area and most of the northern suburbs
invade in great numbers; "the roaches infested our kitchen"
in printing, copies printed in excess of the specified quantity A 10% quantity factor is applied to the printing industry which defines an acceptable finish quantity
flow or run over (a limit or brim)
To run over; to grow or spread over in excess; to invade and occupy; to take possession of; as, the vine overran its trellis; the farm is overrun with witch grass
Production over the desired order or schedule amount, or costs incurred in excess of budget
cost overrun
An excess of actual cost over budget
cost overrun
excess of cost over budget; "the cost overrun necessitated an additional allocation of funds in the budget"
cost overrun
The amount by which a contractor exceeds or expects to exceed the estimated costs, and/or the final limitations (the ceiling) of a contract
cost overrun
The amount of money expended or required over and above budgeted costs in a construction project, including for such items as labor, interest, materials, etc
cost overrun
Costs that are incurred for the project greater than authorized by the sponsor for reimbursement
cost overrun
excess of cost over budget; "the cost overrun necessitated an additional allocation of funds in the budget
overran
past tense of overrun
overran
Overran is the past tense of overrun. the past tense of overrun
overrunning
This occurs when a relatively warm air mass is forced above a cooler air mass of greater density that is at the surface Weather generally associated with this event includes cloudiness, cool temperatures, and steady rain
overrunning
A condition existing when an air mass of lesser density flows or is pushed over by an air mass of greater density This term is usually applied in the case of warm air ascending the surface of a cold or quasi-stationary front
overrunning
This occurs when a relatively warm air mass is forced above a cooler air mass of greater density Weather generally associated with this event includes cloudiness, cool temperatures, and steady precipitation
overrunning
A condition that exists when an air mass moves up and over a denser air mass on the surface The result is usually low clouds, fog and steady, light precipitation
overrunning
present participle of overrun
overrunning
A weather pattern in which a relatively warm air mass is in motion above another air mass of greater density at the surface Embedded thunderstorms sometimes develop in such a pattern; severe thunderstorms (mainly with large hail) can occur, but tornadoes are unlikely Overrunning often is applied to the case of warm air riding up over a retreating layer of colder air, as along the sloping surface of a warm front Such use of the term technically is incorrect, but in general it refers to a pattern characterized by widespread clouds and steady precipitation on the cool side of a front or other boundary
overruns
third-person singular of overrun
overrun