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o·ver·pow·er

 (ō′vər-pou′ər)
tr.v. o·ver·pow·ered, o·ver·pow·er·ing, o·ver·pow·ers
1. To overcome or vanquish by superior force; subdue.
2. To affect so strongly as to make helpless or ineffective; overwhelm.
3. To supply with excessive mechanical power.
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MANILA, Philippines Wesley So overpowered reigning women's world champion Hou Yifan of China in 30 moves of an English Opening to finish tied for fifth place at the conclusion of the Tata Chess Steel Masters 2018 in Wijk aan Zee, the Netherlands Sunday.
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In the second Single, Murad Ali of NBP overpowered Azeem Sarwar of WAPDA by 2-1.
After defeating Belarus, she advanced to the semi-final match and overpowered China.
was overpowered by restaurant workers who turned him over to the police.
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The 28th seed was rarely troubled as he simply overpowered Frenchman Mahut with his huge serve, backed up by booming groundstrokes.
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The court heard Evans went aboard and overpowered a duty sailor, threatening him with a knife and tying him up.
15 (ANI): In a daring act against the militants, students of Johnstone Higher Secondary School here recently overpowered an armed militant as he entered their school premises to extort money for his outfit.
It said three of the men were being shifted from one compound to another within the premises of the building when they attacked the two escorting guards, overpowered them and took them hostage.