o v@r kuhm
definition 1: to defeat or quell in a conflict; succeed in a struggle with.
example: With this bold plan of attack, they hoped to overcome the enemy.
example: We’ll have to overcome many obstacles in order to accomplish this goal.
example: I think this is a problem we can easily overcome if we work together.
definition 2: to cause to be weak or inactive, or to lose consciousness.
example: He struggled to speak, but the drug quickly overcame him.
definition 3: to emotionally overwhelm or render inarticulate.
example: We were overcome by the powerful images of suffering in the film.
a director whose films display a distinctive personal style.
Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, and Wes Anderson can all be regarded as auteurs.
definition 1: to take a possession or attribute away from; divest of.
example: The hurricane deprived many residents of their homes.
example: The factory’s closing deprived workers of their livelihoods.
definition 2: to prevent from having or enjoying; deny.
example: Excessive homework deprives children of time with their families.
example: The oppressive government deprived the people of their basic rights.
am nI shənt
1. infinite in knowledge; all-knowing.
They believe in an omniscient god.
2. possessing great knowledge; seeming to know everything.
Their father seemed omniscient when they were children.
definition 1: to give up or yield (oneself) to the power, will, or authority of another.
example: Unable to escape, they submitted themselves to the will of the conquerors.
definition 2: to subject to a process or treatment.
example: Half of the mice were submitted to the treatment while the others formed the control group.
definition 3: to offer for consideration.
example: He submitted his work to a publisher.
definition 4: to propose or state; suggest.
example: I submit that we delay our decision until we have more information.
example: I submit that my client could not have committed this crime.