[oh-ver-groh, oh-ver-groh] /ˌoʊ vərˈgroʊ, ˈoʊ vərˌgroʊ/
verb (used with object), overgrew, overgrown, overgrowing.
to grow over; cover with a growth of something.
to grow beyond, grow too large for, or outgrow.
to outdo in growing; choke or supplant by a more exuberant growth.
verb (used without object), overgrew, overgrown, overgrowing.
to grow to excess; grow too large:
When the vegetable overgrows, it tends to be woody.
to become grown over, as with weeds:
An untended garden will quickly overgrow.
verb -grows, -growing, -grew, -grown
(transitive) to grow over or across (an area, path, lawn, etc)
(transitive) to choke or supplant by a stronger growth
(transitive) to grow too large for
(intransitive) to grow beyond normal size
late 14c., “covered with growth,” past participle adjective from overgrow “overspread with foliage” (Old English ofergrowan); see over- + grown, and cf. Old English verb ofergrowan “to overgrow.” Meaning “having grown too large” is attested from late 15c.
[oh-ver-grohth] /ˈoʊ vərˌgroʊθ/ noun 1. a overspreading or covering something. 2. excessive : to prune a young tree so as to prevent overgrowth. n. c.1600, from over- + growth. Cf. also overgrown.
[oh-ver-hand] /ˈoʊ vərˌhænd/ adjective 1. thrown or performed with the raised over the shoulder; overarm: overhand stroke. 2. with the and part or all of the arm raised above the shoulder: to pitch overhand. 3. (in sewing and embroidery) with close, shallow stitches over two edges. adverb, Also, overhanded 4. with the over the object: […]
noun 1. a simple knot of various uses that slips easily. noun 1. a knot formed by making a loop in a piece of cord and drawing one end through it Also called thumb knot
[han-dl] /ˈhæn dl/ noun 1. a part of a thing made specifically to be grasped or held by the hand. 2. that which may be held, seized, grasped, or taken advantage of in effecting a purpose: The clue was a handle for solving the mystery. 3. Slang. 4. the total amount wagered on an event, […]