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Meaning of “override” - Learner’s Dictionary

override

verb [T]     /ˌəʊvəˈraɪd/ ( past tense overrode, past participle overridden)
NOT ACCEPT
If someone in authority overrides a decision or order, they officially decide that it is wrong: I don't have the power to override his decision.Refusing and rejecting
MORE IMPORTANT
to be more important than something else: His desire for money seems to override anything else.Very important or urgent
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