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  • EN [ ˌəʊvəˈlʊk]
  • US [ ˌoʊvərˈlʊk]

English definition


  • 1. a high place affording a good view


  • 1. look past, fail to notice

  • 2. be oriented in a certain direction;

    • "The house looks out on a tennis court"
    • "The apartment overlooks the Hudson"
  • 3. leave undone or leave out;

    • "How could I miss that typo?"
    • "The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten"
  • 4. look down on;

    • "The villa dominates the town"
  • 5. watch over;

    • "I am overlooking her work"

Example sentences

  • It's easy to overlook slights and red flags that should warn us away from dangerous waters.

  • We overlook the church from our house.

  • I shall overlook your disobedience this time.

  • How could you overlook paying the rent?

  • They are not to spot, since you are biologically wired to overlook and ignore them.

  • And in this work we must not overlook the weakest among us.

  • Her grace, and her charisma , all she holds in her young frame are hard to overlook.

  • We climbed up the hill to overlook the surrounding wonderful scenery.

  • Did you try and overlook evidence with regard to the seat belt?

  • We should not overlook the power of language and culture to move us.

  • We decided to overlook his mistake.

  • Editor Barker agreed to overlook the qualification requirement and offered Clayton the job.

  • Never overlook the potential for causing injury this little machine has if anything got loose.

  • Beginner sometimes overlook the defect of the machine.

  • His work was to overlook men at work.

  • In international business transactions, it is easy to overlook cultural differences.

  • We put up a fence so that the neighbours might not overlook us.

  • Dispute on the legitimacy and fairness of debtfor - equities tend to overlook the impact on tax issue.

  • Do not overlook the slower students.

  • Don't overlook the slower students.

  • How stupid to overlook such an obvious mistake!

  • It was a slight overlook on my part.

  • In fact, we shall merely overlook it completely when applying Huygen's construction.

  • We should not overlook the difficulties.

  • The owners don't want to overlook any opportunity to make a buck.

  • Companies are so busy analysing the financial implications that they overlook the effect on workers .

  • You cannot live in a cocoon and overlook these facts.

  • You overlook the pressure you're under and what it does to you.

  • Romantic chateaux and castles overlook the river's twisting course.

Synonym discrimination

  • excuse, pardon, forgive, overlook

  • forget, omit, neglect, overlook, disregard, ignore



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