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Overstride vs. Overstrike

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  • Overstride (verb)

    to run or walk with an overly long stride

  • Overstride (verb)

    to stride (or to stand) over something

  • Overstride (verb)

    to excel or surpass

  • Overstride (noun)

    An overly long stride.

  • Overstrike (verb)

    To striking. 16th c.

  • Overstrike (verb)

    To cover up (a design, mark etc.) by stamping another on top of it; to superimpose a mark or logo on (a coin, stamp, etc.). from 20th c.

  • Overstrike (verb)

    To strike (something) too hard. from 20th c.

  • Overstrike (noun)

    A coin that has been overstruck, i.e. coined more than once. from 20th c.

  • Overstrike (noun)

    The printing of one character over another, as - on top of L to produce Ł. from 20th c.

  • Overstrike (noun)

    overtype (feature where input replaces existing characters instead of being inserted before them)

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  • Overstride

    To stride over or beyond.

  • Overstrike

    To strike beyond.

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