Definition of 'overlook'
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Little he tried came off and he often overlooked simple passes. The Sun (2016)The en suite master bedroom has french doors leading to a large covered terrace overlooking the pool. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He says the benefits are often overlooked. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Our room was big with a terrace that overlooked the sea and it had recently been refurbished. The Sun (2016)They are spread across four buildings, some overlooking the old coach courtyard. Times, Sunday Times (2017)After dinner, they took a walk overlooking the sea and he went quiet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A large dining room overlooks the garden. The Sun (2016)The two back properties have french doors that open on to first-floor balconies overlooking four 30ft gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The building overlooks a city in which millions of people live in slums. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What is often overlooked is the effort that goes into making that holiday happen. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The farmer placed the skull on a rock overlooking the bay. The Sun (2012)The tiny window overlooked a deserted car park. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is a fact that is overlooked by many proponents of vitamins. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)We sit out on the terrace overlooking the considerable lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All the bedrooms are en suite and three have balconies overlooking the sea. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The other was in an atrium with views overlooking mountains and snow. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This has a smart modern kitchen and large bay window overlooking its own garden. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They were arrested in their hotel room overlooking the runway. The Sun (2010)The dedication of independent advisers is often overlooked. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It may not overlook the pretty bay but the menu more than makes up for that. The Sun (2012)It has a large reception room with huge windows overlooking the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It overlooked the fact that millions of people had become investors in a new asset class. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The centrepiece is the pool surrounded by a stone terrace overlooked by a shaded terrace. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Bear in mind any houses overlooking your stables as you do not want to give neighbours cause for complaint. Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Just as we pull up in front of a sweeping view overlooking golden plains the sun dips behind the hills. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Four of the five bedrooms make the most of the views through glass balconies that overlook the sea and neighbouring golf course. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The building overlooks a marina that is connected to the Thames. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The house overlooks a tiny village green with a cast-iron finger signpost. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'overlook'
British English: overlook /ˌəʊvəˈlʊk/ VERB
If a building or window overlooks a place, you can see the place from the building or window.
Comfortable rooms overlook a flower-filled garden.
- American English: overlook
- Arabic: يَطُلُّ عَلَى
- Brazilian Portuguese: ter vista para
- Chinese: 俯瞰
- Croatian: gledati na
- Czech: přehlédnout z okna
- Danish: overse
- Dutch: overzien
- European Spanish: pasar por alto
- Finnish: jättää huomiotta
- French: donner sur
- German: übersehen
- Greek: παραβλέπω
- Italian: dominare
- Japanese: 見落とす
- Korean: 못 보고 넘어가다
- Norwegian: overse
- Polish: przeoczyć
- European Portuguese: ter vista para
- Romanian: a da înspre
- Russian: осмотреть
- Spanish: pasar por alto
- Swedish: förbise
- Thai: มองลงไปเห็น
- Turkish: gözden kaçırmak
- Ukrainian: виходити на
- Vietnamese: nhìn qua
Definition of overlook from the Collins English Dictionary
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