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- gwrthdroidroi drosoddtroi drosoddtroi drosodd
Noun(1) the act of upsetting something(2) an improbable and unexpected victory
Verb(1) turn from an upright or normal position(2) cause to overturn from an upright or normal position(3) rule against(4) cause the downfall of; of rulers(5) cancel officially(6) change radically
(1) Many local people feel the new procedures limit their chances to overturn decisions with which they disagree.(2) This sounds similar to earlier rumors of an overturn .(3) The zombies may be slow and weak, but they were still able to overturn a parked car.(4) And that this explanation establishes the objective necessity for the overturn of these social relations if human progress is to resume.(5) he fought for eight years to overturn a conviction for armed robbery(6) Residents hope they can overturn the decision.(7) We had five overturned sledge accidents - every one of our sledges suffered an overturn or two, but luckily no significant damage was incurred.(8) the crowd proceeded to overturn cars and set them on fire(9) In addition oceanic overturn might have brought biologically toxic bottom waters to the surface during periods of climatic change.(10) The pattern of polygonal ridges bounding dish-shaped depressions is interpreted as the product primarily of embryonic overturn of this gravitationally unstable system.(11) Whether he can realistically hope to overturn the sizeable Labour majority in Barking is perhaps doubtful.(12) York District Sports Council does not further the aims or benefits of community sport by disparaging this campaign, nor do they have the authority to overturn a democratic decision made two and a half years ago.(13) For the most part the only people who actually bothered to look at the registration rolls and allow the overturn of bogus objections were a few retirees who volunteer as polling officials during elections.(14) After the overturn of the Qing dynasty, Chinese intellectuals turned their eyes to Western countries and sought new ideas.(15) Some of the largest mafic magmatic events may be related to catastrophic mantle overturn events or slab avalanches.(16) Subvert the gender system to overturn capitalism.
(1) overturn :: gwrthdroi
1. upset ::
2. capsize ::
3. upset ::
4. cancel ::
5. override ::
6. revolutionize ::
7. repeal ::
8. bring down ::
dod i lawr
9. tip over ::
10. knock over ::
Different Formsoverturn, overturned, overturning, overturns
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