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Saltos de línea: over|lay

verbo

Pronunciación: /əʊvəˈleɪ
 
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(past and past participle overlaid) [with object] (often be overlaid with)
1Cover the surface of (something) with a coating: their fingernails were overlaid with silver or gold
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  • In several examples, the base metal is overlaid with silver, and many of the inlays are gold or silver.
  • The unidentified base metals are overlaid with silver.
  • In the rest of the house all parts were overlaid with gold and adorned with gems and mother-of-pearl.
Sinónimos
cover, face, surface, veneer, inlay, laminate;
carpet, blanket, swathe, cloak, veil, shroud;
overspread, encrust, smear, daub, bedaub, coat, plaster, plate, varnish, glaze, wash, suffuse
1.1Lie on top of: a third screen which will overlay the others
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  • The results are displayed on a screen and often overlaid on a map.
  • These images were digitized and overlaid on a computer screen.
  • She seems to be having some kind of a disco thing going on, with her screen overlaid three times on top of itself and a hundred horizontal bars racing up and down the picture.
2(Of a quality or feeling) become more prominent than (a previous quality or feeling): his openness had been overlaid by his new self-confidence
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  • Any of us can become terrified at any moment if fear overlays us.
  • Football retained tenacious local loyalties, overlaid by denominational and social rivalries, mediated by the search for success and corresponding reward.
  • Consequently, the difficult circumstances of their current situation are at least partially overlaid by a larger faith in the dignity of labor, the power of collective action, and the ultimate triumph of the working class.

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Pronunciación: /ˈəʊvəleɪ
 
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1Something laid as a covering over something else: a durable, cost-effective floor overlay
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  • Films, coatings, and overlays generally become less cost effective as production quantities increase, especially when the entire surface of work pieces must be hardened.
  • Watch how the pros produce stunning decorative overlays from start to finish, including surface preparation, pre-overlay repair, placing, and finishing.
  • The company's warehouse floor serves as a testing ground for new finishes, overlays, and polishing techniques.
Sinónimos
covering, layer, face, surface, veneer, lamination, encrustation, carpet, blanket, sheet, curtain, canopy, cover, cloak, veil, pall, shroud, screen, mask, cloud, envelope;
1.1A transparent sheet placed over artwork or something such as a map, giving additional information or detail: full-colour aerial photographs with overlays showing suggested routes
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  • The structure of the painting reveals itself as do those anatomical diagrams with transparent overlays illustrating the separate skeletal, circulatory, pulmonary and muscular systems.
  • Analysts may create additional overlays as needed.
  • Circle the corresponding number on the reader service card for more information about stampable vertical overlays.
2 [mass noun] Computing The process of transferring a block of program code or other data into internal memory, replacing what is already stored.
Example sentences
  • New code was added to Maya to remove the requirement for hardware overlay in order to provide compatibility even with nonaccelerated drivers.
2.1 [count noun] A block of code or other data transferred during the overlay process.
Example sentences
  • In addition, MCS-L does not allow users to relate or join external user-defined databases to overlays.

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Saltos de línea: over|lay
Pronunciación: /əʊvəˈleɪ
 
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Past of overlie.

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