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Translation of "overhead" - English-Spanish dictionary

overhead

adjective, adverb   /ˌəʊ·vəˈhed/
above your head, usually in the sky por encima de la cabeza A bird flew overhead. overhead lights
(Definition of overhead from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

overheadoverheads

adverb, adjective, noun /əuvəˈhed/
above; over one’s head arriba, por encima de la cabeza; aéreo The plane flew overhead an overhead bridge.
regular costs that need to be paid in order to keep a business or organization operating, such as electricity, rent, and wages gastos generales; gastos de escritura Selling very small quantities of a product usually results in a loss as any profit fails to cover the overheads of the business.
(Definition of overheadoverheads from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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