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o·ver·land

 (ō′vər-lănd′, -lənd)
adj.
Accomplished, traversing, or passing over the land instead of the ocean: an overland journey; an overland route.
adv.
By way of land: traveled overland to the ranch.

overland

(ˈəʊvəˌlænd)
adj, adv (prenominal)
over or across land
vb
(Historical Terms) history Austral to drive (cattle or sheep) overland
ˈoverˌlander n

o•ver•land

(ˈoʊ vərˌlænd, -lənd)

adv.
1. by, over, or across land.
adj.
2. proceeding, performed, or carried on overland.
[1325–75]

overland


Past participle: overlanded
Gerund: overlanding

Imperative
overland
overland
Present
I overland
you overland
he/she/it overlands
we overland
you overland
they overland
Preterite
I overlanded
you overlanded
he/she/it overlanded
we overlanded
you overlanded
they overlanded
Present Continuous
I am overlanding
you are overlanding
he/she/it is overlanding
we are overlanding
you are overlanding
they are overlanding
Present Perfect
I have overlanded
you have overlanded
he/she/it has overlanded
we have overlanded
you have overlanded
they have overlanded
Past Continuous
I was overlanding
you were overlanding
he/she/it was overlanding
we were overlanding
you were overlanding
they were overlanding
Past Perfect
I had overlanded
you had overlanded
he/she/it had overlanded
we had overlanded
you had overlanded
they had overlanded
Future
I will overland
you will overland
he/she/it will overland
we will overland
you will overland
they will overland
Future Perfect
I will have overlanded
you will have overlanded
he/she/it will have overlanded
we will have overlanded
you will have overlanded
they will have overlanded
Future Continuous
I will be overlanding
you will be overlanding
he/she/it will be overlanding
we will be overlanding
you will be overlanding
they will be overlanding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overlanding
you have been overlanding
he/she/it has been overlanding
we have been overlanding
you have been overlanding
they have been overlanding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overlanding
you will have been overlanding
he/she/it will have been overlanding
we will have been overlanding
you will have been overlanding
they will have been overlanding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overlanding
you had been overlanding
he/she/it had been overlanding
we had been overlanding
you had been overlanding
they had been overlanding
Conditional
I would overland
you would overland
he/she/it would overland
we would overland
you would overland
they would overland
Past Conditional
I would have overlanded
you would have overlanded
he/she/it would have overlanded
we would have overlanded
you would have overlanded
they would have overlanded

Overland

An automobile made by the Overland Co. of Indianapolis, IN from 1905–1907, and later by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, OH.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.overland - traveling or passing over land; "an overland journey"; "the overland route used by Marco Polo"
terrestrial - operating or living or growing on land
Translations

overland

A. [ˌəʊvəˈlænd] ADVpor tierra, por vía terrestre
B. [ˈəʊvəlænd] ADJterrestre

overland

[ˈəʊvərlænd]
adj [route] → par la route
the overland route → l'itinéraire par la route
adv [travel] → par voie de terre

overland

[ˈəʊvəˌlænd] adv & adjper via di terra
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