overstrike


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overstrike

(ˌəʊvəˈstraɪk)
vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to print a character on top of (an already printed character)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a character that is printed on top of an already printed character

overstrike


Past participle: overstruck
Gerund: overstriking

Imperative
overstrike
overstrike
Present
I overstrike
you overstrike
he/she/it overstrikes
we overstrike
you overstrike
they overstrike
Preterite
I overstruck
you overstruck
he/she/it overstruck
we overstruck
you overstruck
they overstruck
Present Continuous
I am overstriking
you are overstriking
he/she/it is overstriking
we are overstriking
you are overstriking
they are overstriking
Present Perfect
I have overstruck
you have overstruck
he/she/it has overstruck
we have overstruck
you have overstruck
they have overstruck
Past Continuous
I was overstriking
you were overstriking
he/she/it was overstriking
we were overstriking
you were overstriking
they were overstriking
Past Perfect
I had overstruck
you had overstruck
he/she/it had overstruck
we had overstruck
you had overstruck
they had overstruck
Future
I will overstrike
you will overstrike
he/she/it will overstrike
we will overstrike
you will overstrike
they will overstrike
Future Perfect
I will have overstruck
you will have overstruck
he/she/it will have overstruck
we will have overstruck
you will have overstruck
they will have overstruck
Future Continuous
I will be overstriking
you will be overstriking
he/she/it will be overstriking
we will be overstriking
you will be overstriking
they will be overstriking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overstriking
you have been overstriking
he/she/it has been overstriking
we have been overstriking
you have been overstriking
they have been overstriking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overstriking
you will have been overstriking
he/she/it will have been overstriking
we will have been overstriking
you will have been overstriking
they will have been overstriking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overstriking
you had been overstriking
he/she/it had been overstriking
we had been overstriking
you had been overstriking
they had been overstriking
Conditional
I would overstrike
you would overstrike
he/she/it would overstrike
we would overstrike
you would overstrike
they would overstrike
Past Conditional
I would have overstruck
you would have overstruck
he/she/it would have overstruck
we would have overstruck
you would have overstruck
they would have overstruck
Translations

overstrike

[ˌəʊvəˈstraɪk]
A. N (on printer) → superposición f
B. VTsuperponer

overstrike

[ˌəʊvərˈstraɪk] [overstruck] (pt, pp)
n (on printer)superposition f, double frappe f
vtsurimprimer

overstrike

[ˈəʊvəˌstraɪk]
1. n (Typ) → sovrapposizione f (di caratteri)
2. vtsovrapporre
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