Traducción de override en Español:


invalidar, v.

Pronunciación /əʊvəˈrʌɪd//ˌoʊvərˈraɪd/

verbo transitivooverridden, overrode

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    (recommendation/order/decision) invalidar
    (recommendation/order/decision) anular
    (advice/wishes) hacer caso omiso de
    • The capacity of the arbitration courts to maintain their jurisdiction was frequently tested by both sides, as well as by governments that frequently amended their powers, overrode their decisions, or created special tribunals.
    • The experience of others, therefore, provides no grounds for overriding my judgement.
    • The university senate at Zurich again rejected her application, but the Education Council now overrode the decision and appointed her the first female lecturer in the history of Swiss universities.
    • So far they have preferred not to open the road at weekends and it is difficult to override their decision.
    • Not only did he do that but he overrode the board's decision.
    • We cannot override the panel's decision, we can only make a recommendation.
    • But they all contemplate that in some circumstances, a court may override a parent's decision about with whom their children may have relationships.
    • The final decision of whether or not the test should be done is up to the judgment of clinicians; a court will not override their decision, regardless of the woman's wishes.
    • Your Honour, that would override the decision of this Court in Hoch.
    • Instead, their argument boils down to the contention that the hospital should have gone to Family Court if it sought to override their decision.
    • The assistant county manager overrides this decision.
    • Then, what if the Congress overrode their decision?
    • The institution has been and continues to be rife with examples of imperious pastors operating on whim and arbitrarily overriding consensual decisions.
    • Upon further thought, I have to say that it worries me that a governor has the right to override a court's decision and to decide someone's fate.
    • I feel that the County Manager will be forced by legislation to override the decision of the County Council and go ahead regardless.
    • It will establish a Council with the power to override court decisions and set aside previous convictions.
    • Was it possible, for example, to let the computer perform while occasionally causing some change to the performance, in effect overriding the computer's decisions?
    • In both it was accepted that, where the matter was a question of priorities determining which patients should be treated first, the courts could not override the decisions of the doctors.
    • Even where the authority conducts a second-stage investigation and decides to permit or prohibit the merger, the minister may still override the decision.
    • The bill overrides a decision of the court, depriving those people of their right to access and to receive justice in that forum.
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    (program) cancelar
    • He then spun around, realising that Luc could manually override the elevators and get up to higher levels.
    • Again this is a situation where you need to override an automatic camera and set the controls manually.
    • And finally, on manual transmission vehicles, the clutch pedal ignition lock is overridden so the starter can be used without pushing in the clutch after stopping on a hill.
    • Among the guidelines are provisions for unpredictable audit tests and procedures to test management's ability to override controls in order to commit fraud.
    • He located the locking mechanism and accessed it, changing the emergency codes so no ship's personnel could override the room lock.
    • They calculated every vector of the arching, twisting plunge, while certain computers tried desperately to override the train's control systems.
    • If automatic valves are used, they should be controlled from a central location and be easy to override with manual controls.
    • And then, after half an hour, they overrode the computer, but the emergency brake was still applied, and then the second swell hit us.
    • When he told us that he's going to check on the ship the moment that Fekonson had confronted us, he probably went to this terminal that I am standing by right now, and overrode the controls.
    • It wouldn't go any further the moment that checkpoint staff overrode the control.
    • The operator has the option of overriding the sensor automatically selected by the operational software.
    • They reconfigure the positions of particles in the brains of any organic beings, as well as overriding any computers on the ship.
    • I told her that it was made of nanomachines, and the nanomachines could breach any circuit within a conventional vehicle, and override any controls.
    • They say devices that would allow air traffic controllers to override the controls of a hijacked plane are close to development.
    • After bank security realised there was no way to override the lock, firefighters were called.
    • Click on the Advanced button to override automatic cookie handling and better control your own preferences.
    • That signal would act both as a homing device for Migilas to find the particular landing bay they were in, as well as allow her to override its door control mechanism.
    • He tapped away at the keyboard, trying to override the computer so he could use the thrusters.
    • ‘This new system not only monitors and treats critical patients but it can also learn from the experiences of medical staff, who can override the machine at any time,’ he said.
    • The camera defaults to auto-flash mode, but a button on the back allows you to keep the flash off, or to override the sensor when you want to take people shots in daylight.


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    anulación de automatismo femenino
    (device/mechanism) (before noun) de anulación de automatismo
    • The fire control system is automatic with manual override for both gunner and commander.
    • You can switch from full-program mode to manual override for exposure control, and it has a built-in flash and nifty remote control.
    • If Amy weren't under guard, she'd be working on overriding the overrides and getting control back.
    • It took technicians over 20 minutes to engage the manual override as horrified friends watched.
    • If they were rejected, the automatic override button was used to compel their acceptance.
    • O'Brian killed the power override and the ship powered down.
    • Most automatic fixtures have manual overrides should the sensors fail to function properly, manufacturers say.
    • For those with specialist training, a manual override facility allows the programming of specific frequencies.
    • The Magloc includes a mechanical override on the left side of the grip.
    • Not being able to hold in a hoarse laugh of relief the General reached out to the manual override sitting in front of him, the redness beaming invitingly.
    • The moonwalkers were not opposed to increased use of automation, but they still wanted manual backups and overrides.
    • The offending items were mechanical overrides, which permit the key to be removed from the ignition with the shifter in a position other than park and allow the transmission to be shifted out of park with the ignition in the off position.
    • More complex systems have built-in overrides using call-in, occupancy sensing or reaction to out-of-spec temperatures that turn on systems for zones having special needs.
    • The Earthlink system just automates it, but the manual override is always available by logging into webmail.
    • I tried both the automatic and manual override functions.
    • As he went to enter his office, he had to use the manual override to get it to open.
    • Why not to include an override button on your device.
    • Where the hell is the manual override on this thing?
    • Pavel was frantically pressing switches and overrides.
    • Most photographic factors, from focus to shutter speed, have manual overrides, so you can control pictures of the children unwrapping presents if you choose, or rely on the surprisingly effective automatic modes.