[roh-man-tuh-sahyz] /roʊˈmæn təˌsaɪz/
verb (used with object), romanticized, romanticizing.
to make ; invest with a character:
Many people romanticize the role of an editor.
verb (used without object), romanticized, romanticizing.
to hold notions, ideas, etc.
(intransitive) to think or act in a romantic way
(transitive) to interpret according to romantic precepts
to make or become romantic, as in style
1818, from romantic + -ize. Related: Romanticized; romanticizing.
[verb oh-ver-ruhf; noun oh-ver-ruhf] /verb ˌoʊ vərˈrʌf; noun ˈoʊ vərˌrʌf/ Cards. verb (used with or without object) 1. to overtrump. noun 2. the act of overtrumping.
[oh-ver-rool] /ˌoʊ vərˈrul/ verb (used with object), overruled, overruling. 1. to against or disallow the arguments of (a person): The senator was overruled by the committee chairman. 2. to or decide against (a plea, argument, etc.); reject: to overrule an objection. 3. to prevail over so as to change the purpose or action: a delay […]
[verb oh-ver-ruhn; noun oh-ver-ruhn] /verb ˌoʊ vərˈrʌn; noun ˈoʊ vərˌrʌn/ verb (used with object), overran, overrun, overrunning. 1. to rove over (a country, region, etc.); invade; ravage: a time when looting hordes had overrun the province. 2. to swarm over in great numbers, as animals, especially vermin; infest: The house had been overrun by rats. […]
- Overrun brake
noun 1. a brake fitted to a trailer or other towed vehicle that prevents the towed vehicle travelling faster than the towing vehicle when slowing down or descending an incline