Noun(1) the relocation of people from overcrowded cities; they are accommodated in new houses or apartments in smaller towns(2) the occurrence of surplus liquid (as water
(1) Under Operation Safeguard, police forces could charge whatever price they liked for the use of cells to house the overspill of convicted prisoners.(2) Fermoy, Co Cork, dropped from being in the litter-free category for the first time, to being placed ninth because of an overspill surrounding the recycling bank in the town's car park.(3) Debut features, particularly those made by auteur directors, often tend to be overwrought with emotional content, the overspill of a 30-year build-up of frustration and raw talent.(4) There are plenty of pensions and hotels willing to accommodate the overspill and your travel operator should be able to guide you as to which will suit you best.(5) there was an extra bed for the overspill of sleepers(6) So when it gets very busy, and the escalators clog up, the overspill cascades down them.(7) Maybe it will come but we don't seem to be a destination for the overspill from Glasgow.(8) It's become more than a relief, a emotional overspill , something to turn to.(9) She has an overspill of Power, so much that she can't keep it all inside of her.(10) There is also concern about the long-term parking situation as Pope's Avenue, at the side of Gifford House, is already suffering from the overspill of parking from the borough's controlled parking zone.(11) A marquee will take the overspill from the church as well as being the centre for refreshments and music after the Mass in honour of the Sacred Heart.(12) There are plenty of terry towel sun visors and orthopedic tennis shoes and lunchtime special offers, but it's also seeing a boom in high tech industries, picking up the overspill from California.(13) The modern balcony now accommodates the overspill of snackers.(14) organizing arrangements for overspill from the cities(15) We now have an overspill of graduates with degrees in media studies, many of whom will never work in newspapers, television or PR, and an acute shortage of essential workers such as nurses, builders, joiners and plumbers.(16) Like any successful event there was an overspill into another venue.
1. overflow ::
2. runoff ::
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