オーバーフロー, 溢水, 充溢溢れる, 零れる, 埋まる
Noun(1) a large flow(2) the occurrence of surplus liquid (as water
Verb(1) flow or run over (a limit or brim(2) overflow with a certain feeling
(1) For example, a single application may require a host server along with dedicated servers for testing, quality control, overflow , mirroring, and so on.(2) There will then be a local overflow and surplus will end up running into distant ground, rivers, wherever gravity will dictate.(3) In some cases, concrete and stone retaining walls and dikes are erected along banks to stave off overflow in heavy rain.(4) Vulcanologists said the danger was that the increasing pressure of the rising lava would force a breach in the flanks of the mountain, not that the lava would overflow the rim of the 1.2km-wide crater.(5) Many of the overflow visitors scheduled to stay in Cancun have filled the resorts in the Riviera Maya.(6) Even a midsize or small river can overflow into streets if a storm causes the water level to rise quickly.(7) A properly exploited buffer overflow could allow a hacker to gain root, or superuser, access to a Sendmail server.(8) The coach-parking area can double up as an overflow car park, with spaces for a further 50 cars if it is not needed for coaches at any time.(9) to accommodate the overflow, five more offices have been built(10) Uncontrolled overflow spread into the salt lakes, causing them to expand and eventually mix with the freshwater.(11) They can also get access to a further 22 spaces in a nearby overflow car park during bigger services.(12) More than 300 people attended, so the overflow attendees were housed in a dormitory that reeked of fresh paint.(13) There was an overflow through the roof hatch on two occasions.(14) However, sources suggested that this would not have benefited TV3 significantly, as the station would not have been able to accommodate the overflow .(15) And overflow capacity anticipated to be available in other magistrates' courts is no longer there because of changes in the courts system.(16) Many can't afford to have the septic tanks emptied regularly, so they fill and overflow into the street.
1. overspill ::
2. surplus ::
3. flood ::
4. spill over ::
5. brim over ::
6. bubble over ::
Different Formsoverflow, overflowed, overflowing, overflows
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