Definition of 'overleaf'
Example sentences containing 'overleaf'
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Continued from overleaf them for millions of years. The Sun (2009)You should stay at home to avoid spreading the infection and follow the advice in the box overleaf. Times, Sunday Times (2009)See the diagram overleaf for proportions. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Continued from overleaf on too much. Times, Sunday Times (2006)For more information on what and where to buy, see the panel overleaf. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For example, overleaf are three recipes. Times, Sunday Times (2008) See overleaf for more Easter days out. The Sun (2015)For when to eat them and information on portion sizes, see overleaf. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The box overleaf will provide the know-how. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A flow chart of the major elements in a typical budgeting process is shown in the diagram overleaf. Finance for the Non-Financial Manager (1989) See overleaf for more options. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Push their chin upwards ( see diagram overleaf). Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)It matters that you do a regular workout ( see overleaf) so you can compete. The Sun (2012)Dress with sesame soy dressing ( see box overleaf). Times, Sunday Times (2009)Stir over the lowest possible heat until the liquid thickens into custard (see buttermilk and blueberry ripple recipe overleaf for tips). Times, Sunday Times (2013)Pop your potatoes and carrots in the oven to cook at this point, too - see right and overleaf for the recipes. The Sun (2013)
Trends of 'overleaf'
Used Occasionally. overleaf is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'overleaf'
British English: overleaf ADVERB
Overleaf is used in books and magazines to say that something is on the other side of the page you are reading.
Answer the questionnaire overleaf.
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