spill over


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spill over

vb
(intr, adverb) to overflow or be forced out of an area, container, etc
n
1. chiefly US and Canadian the act of spilling over
2. chiefly US and Canadian the excess part of something
3. (Economics) economics any indirect effect of public expenditure
4. (Astronomy) astronomy the part of the noise associated with a radio telescope using a dish antenna caused by pick-up by a secondary antenna from directions that do not intercept the dish
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.spill over - overflow with a certain feeling; "The children bubbled over with joy"; "My boss was bubbling over with anger"
seethe, boil - be in an agitated emotional state; "The customer was seething with anger"
2.spill over - be disgorged; "The crowds spilled out into the streets"
pour, pullulate, swarm, teem, stream - move in large numbers; "people were pouring out of the theater"; "beggars pullulated in the plaza"
Translations

w>spill over

vi (liquid)überlaufen; (grain etc, assembly)überquellen; (fig, population) → sich ausbreiten (→ into auf +acc); (meeting)sich hinziehen (→ into bis in +acc)
References in periodicals archive ?
During trading hours, the changes in money market rates in the euro area generally spill over to the United States and vice versa.
The Swalec Stadium is set to be a 15,000 sell-out today for the T20 finals day, contested by Somerset, Yorkshire, Hampshire and Sussex, which could spill over into Sunday, which ironically has a fine forecast.
Feng Zhu from the Bank for International Settlements also analysed the spill over of unconventional monetary policies across major currency blocs and other economies.
Deng and his compatriots also understood that technology's implementation had always resulted in spill over effects (the invention and application of steam engine, for example, not only changed how people travelled, but also created a new industry and services sector of its own).
The neighbouring communities also witnessed spill overs of the rage in Baga, and this saw to an increase of IDPs into Maiduguri the state capital from most of the communities surrounding Baga.
Such adverse spill overs are partly compensated by favourable domestic growth drivers resulting essentially from higher government social spending with corollary effects on private demand.
"In the process, other positive spill overs are felt in the form of learning-by-doing effects, efficiency gains in companies, human capital improvement, research and development in construction techniques, technology transfers as well as process innovation," he added.- TradeaArabia News Service