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overcome

verb
 
 
/ˌəʊvəˈkʌm/ ( past tense overcame, past participle overcome)
B2 [T] to deal with and control a problem or feeling
üstesinden gelmek, alt etmek, halletmek, çözmek, kurtulmak
He's trying to overcome his drug addiction and find a job. Let's hope she overcomes her shyness.Controlling and being in chargeControlling emotionsCalm and relaxedNot showing or feeling emotions
be overcome by excitement/fear/sadness, etc to suddenly have too much of a feeling
etkilenmek, etkisinde kalmak, kapılmak, birden kapılmak
She was overcome by emotion.Strong feelings
be overcome by smoke/fumes, etc to become ill or weak because you have been breathing smoke or poisonous gas
dumandan/zehirli gazdan etkilenmek, boğulmak, duman altı olmak, boğulmak
One worker died when he was overcome by chemical fumes.Not fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)
Translations of “overcome”
in Korean 극복하다…
in Arabic يَتغَلّب عَلى…
in Portuguese superar, vencer…
in Catalan superar…
in Japanese ~を克服する…
in Italian superare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對付, 克服, 戰勝…
in Russian преодолевать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对付, 克服, 战胜…
in Polish przezwyciężać…
(Definition of overcome from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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