- To beat (another) in competition or conflict; conquer. See Synonyms at defeat.
- To prevail over; surmount: tried to over come the hurdles of impoverishment.
- To overcome, as with emotion; impact deeply.
- To get the better of; to surmount; to overcome; to subdue.
- To overflow; to surcharge.
- ahead or pass more than; to spread-over.
- To surmount opposition; be victorious.
- to achieve the superiority; become victorious.
- To surmount (a physical or abstract obstacle); to prevail over, to get the better of.
- To win (a battle).
- To win or prevail in certain kind of fight, contest, etc.
- To overwhelm with feeling.
- overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
- overcome, often through no-fault or weakness of the person that is overcome
- win a victory over
- access it top of; handle successfully
- To come more than; move or pass over or throughout.
- to achieve or expand over or throughout; spread over; address; overflow; surcharge.
- To overtake.
- To overwhelm; oppress; overpower; surmount; conquer; vanquish; subdue.
- getting past; outstrip; excel.
- Synonyms Vanquish, Subdue, etc. See conquer.
- to get the superiority; be victorious; overcome.
- Overpowered by alcohol; intoxicated: in past times participle.
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