overcome

overcome
[ˌəuvəˈkʌm]
be overcome быть охваченным overcome pass. истощить, лишить самообладания; overcome by hunger истощенный голодом; overcome by (или with) drink пьяный overcome охватить, обуять (о чувстве) overcome (overcame; overcome) побороть, победить; превозмочь; преодолеть; to overcome (smb.) взять верх (над кем-л.) overcome (overcame; overcome) побороть, победить; превозмочь; преодолеть; to overcome (smb.) взять верх (над кем-л.) overcome превозмогать overcome преодолевать overcome pass. истощить, лишить самообладания; overcome by hunger истощенный голодом; overcome by (или with) drink пьяный overcome pass. истощить, лишить самообладания; overcome by hunger истощенный голодом; overcome by (или with) drink пьяный overcome he was overcome его стошнило

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