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,oʊvər'lʊk [n]'oʊvər,lʊk [v],oʊvər'lʊk
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A high place affording a good view.
(动) As a verb
  1. Leave undone or leave out.
  2. Watch over.
  3. Look past, fail to notice.
  4. Look down on.
  5. Be oriented in a certain direction.
Hyphenationo•ver•look
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
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眺望tiàowàngto survey the scene from an elevated position
俯瞰fǔkànto overlook; to look down from a height
检查jiǎncháinspection; to examine; to inspect
监督jiāndūto control; to supervise; to inspect
看漏kànlòuoverleap
放任fàngrènto ignore; to let alone; to indulge
俯视fǔshìto overlook; to look down at
瞰望kànwàngto overlook; to watch from above
瞰临kànlínto overlook; to watch from above
缺漏quēlòuto overlook; omissions; deficiencies
遗漏yílòuto overlook; to miss; to omit
to neglect; to overlook; to ignore; suddenly; (Chinese surname)
居高临下jū gāo lín xiàto live high and look down (idiom); to overlook; to tower above; to occupy the high ground; fig. arrogance based on one's social position
疏忽shūhuto neglect; to overlook; negligence; carelessness
忽略hūlüèto neglect; to overlook; to ignore
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