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overturn
,oʊvər'tərn [n]'oʊvər,tɜrn [v],oʊvər'tɜrn
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An improbable and unexpected victory.
  2. The act of upsetting something.
(动) As a verb
  1. Change radically.
  2. Rule against.
  3. Cancel officially.
  4. Turn from an upright or normal position.
  5. Cause to overturn from an upright or normal position.
  6. Cause the downfall of; of rulers.
Hyphenationo•ver•turn
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
倾覆qīngfùto capsize; to collapse; to overturn; to overthrow; to undermine
破灭pòmièto be shattered; to be annihilated (of hope, illusions etc)
革命gémìngrevolution; revolutionary (politics)
推翻tuīfānto overthrow
颠倒diāndǎoto turn upside down; to reverse; back to front; confused; deranged; crazy
翻倒fāndǎoto overturn; to overthrow; to capsize; to collapse
qīngto overturn; to collapse; to lean; to tend; to incline; to pour out
倾翻qīngfānto overturn; to topple; to tip
打翻dǎfānto overturn; to overthrow; to strike down (an enemy)
翻覆fānfùto overturn (a vehicle); to capsize; to turn upside down; to change completely
翻过来fānguò láito overturn; to turn upside down
扳倒bāndǎoto overturn
dàoto overturn; to pour out, to respond, to examine carefully, to stick, thick congee
掀翻xiānfānto turn something over; to overturn
to cover; to overflow; to overturn; to capsize; variant of ; to reply to a letter
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