⇒ Some jobs are quite likely to have a negative spillover into family life., ⇒ Unfortunately, there is usually a major spillover between those two roles.
2. militarya conflict that starts in one place but then begins to spread or have an effect somewhere else.
⇒ The army is trying to avoid a possible spillover., ⇒ The violence was widely viewed as a spillover from the neighbouring region., ⇒ They want to prevent a spillover of refugees into neighbouring territories.
3. especially US and Canadianthe act of spilling over
⇒ To avoid oil spillover, do not overfill the fryer.
4. especially US and Canadianan amount of something that has been spilled
⇒ how to clean up a spillover in the microwave
5. especially US and Canadianthe excess part of something
⇒ The area is attracting spillover from the neighbouring districts.
⇒ the spillover effects of the Colombian conflict, ⇒ There is often a spillover effect into neighbouring areas that boosts property values., ⇒ It will also have a spillover effect as investors seek to identify other companies
whose share price may be undervalued.