- To meet up with; draw also or amount with.
- To pass once catching up with.
- To come upon unexpectedly; just take by surprise: geopolitical strategists who were overtaken by activities in southeast Asia.
- To come up with in a race, pursuit, progress, or motion
- To surpass in production, achievement, etc..
- ahead upon from behind; to see; to surprise; to fully capture; to overcome.
- therefore, figuratively, in past times participle (overtaken), drunken.
- To irritate or make impossible or unimportant; -- used mostly of programs, and commonly in the phrase overtaken by occasions.
- to pass through a far more slowly moving item.
- To meet up with, however pass, a far more gradually moving car, animal etc.
- to be greater than something different
- To occur unexpectedly
- meet up with and perhaps overtake
- travel past
- overcome, much like feelings or perceptual stimuli
- to create in taking a trip the same way, or perhaps in quest (with or with no concept of moving the individual or thing overtaken); meet up with in almost any length of thought or action.
- To simply take by shock; come upon unexpectedly; surprise and conquer; carry away.
- thus To overpower the senses of.
- especially, to overcome with beverage; intoxicate: chiefly in the past participle.
- The work or fact of overtaking.
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