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1(length) total(result/cost/reduction) globalthe overall impression — la impresión general / de conjunto
- he was the overall winner — fue (el) campeón absoluto
- He had overall responsibility for the policing of the May Day riots.
- Readers will then vote for one overall winner and two runners-up in each category.
- I am talking about total output and overall patterns here, not exceptions to the rule.
- The 2003 fourth overall pick wasn't ready, physically or mentally, to be thrown into the fire.
- At the end of the tournament, the player with the highest point total is the overall winner.
- The details may be small, but the overall effect is one of everything being exactly where it should be.
- He said the overall effect of the expansion will be to build around much of the existing school facilities.
- The overall effect is hard to fault, but it is not that memorable.
- If each neighbourhood looked after its own area, then the overall effect could be very positive.
- The overall effect of the 2001 protocols was to require three times as many vets to do the same work as in 1967.
- What we must try to do is to judge the overall effect on balance.
- One overall winner will go forward to represent Laois in the national competition.
- I come back to Hay with the intention of repeating as overall winner of the Australian Nationals.
- If you play a series of hands, the overall winners are the team with the higher total score at the end.
- Your Honour, I am doing this in a global way at the moment, showing the overall effect.
- But although his performance is excellent, the overall effect is curiously sad.
- The Montreal-based body has overall responsibility for global drug testing.
- It is part of an overall plan for cutting the social expenses of the state.
- He will also address the general outlook for the overall industry within the country.
- The cuts are part of an overall revamping of the company that has yet to report a profit.
1she was third overall — quedó tercera en la clasificación general
- sentence adverb overall, one could say that ... — en términos generales podría decirse que ...
1British(protective garment)bata femininetúnica feminine
US(dungarees)overol masculine Latin Americapeto masculine Spainmameluco masculine Southern Cone
British(dungarees, boiler suit)overol masculine Latin Americamono masculine Spain
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