transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (tip over) [table/boat] darle* la vuelta a, dar* vuelta (Southern Cone/Cono Sur)More example sentences1.2 (depose) [government] derrocar*, derribar
More example sentences1.3 (nullify) [decision/ruling/judgment] anular; [theory] invalidar
- More than 4,000 students overturned cars and threw bottles out of windows at a university in Jiujiang, in the southern province of Jiangxi.
- A red-haired woman is taken away from the table after she overturns a full bowl of food.
- It was overturning cars and knocking over down buildings, trying desperately to catch Jordan.
- She said she had taken on her chairmanship in December 2003, determined to overturn a previous board decision not to renew Mr Ramsay's contract.
- Residents hope they can overturn the decision.
- He introduced reliable methods of assessment and measurement, and an epidemiological framework, and thereby overturned many of the previous conclusions.
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- [vehicle] volcar*, dar* una vuelta de campana, capotar; [box/barrel] darse* la vuelta, darse* vuelta (Southern Cone/Cono Sur)More example sentences
- The car then overturned, coming to rest on its roof on the hard shoulder.
- The tragedy happened when the Vauxhall hit the central reservation and overturned, coming to rest on the hard shoulder.
- Any rower whose boat overturns in the ship channel faces a tough job getting to dry land safely.
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