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overrun

verb   /ˌəʊ.vəˈrʌn/ ( present participle overrunning, past tense overran, past participle overrun)
If unwanted people or things overrun, they fill a place quickly and in large numbers. (of unwanted people or things) to fill a place quickly in large numbers invadir, plagar Rebel soldiers overran the embassy last night. Our kitchen is overrun with cockroaches.1927
to continue past an intended limit, especially a finishing time or a cost exceder, prolongarse más de lo previsto My evening class overran by ten minutes. It looks as if we’re going to overrun our budget.1561
overrun noun   /ˌəʊ.vəˈrʌn/
(Definition of overrun from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

overrun

verb /əuvəˈran/ ( present participle overrunning, past tense overran /-ˈran/, past participle overrun)
to fill, occupy or take possession of invadir, tomar; estar plagado de The house was overrun with mice.
to continue longer than intended rebasar, exceder The programme overran by five minutes.
(Definition of overrun from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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