What is overlap?

  • (noun): The property of partial coincidence in time.
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Overlap
... Overlap may mean one of In music theory, overlap is a synonym for reinterpretation of a chord at the boundary of two musical phrases ... In railway signalling, an Overlap (railway signalling) is the length of track beyond a stop signal that is proved to be clear of vehicles in the ... Overlap (road), a place where multiple road numbers overlap ...
List Of Metropolitan Areas That Overlap Multiple Countries
... Here is a list of metroplexes that overlap multiple countries Excluded from list is City-states being part of the overlap ...
South Dakota Highway 46 - Major Intersections
... Pickstown 0.000 0.000 US 18 / US 281 Wagner 11.598 18.665 SD 50 west West end of SD 50 overlap 20.437 32.890 SD 50 east East end of SD 50 overlap Bon Homme 28.439 45.76 ...
South Dakota Highway 19 - Major Intersections
... overlap 6.214 10.000 SD 50 Bus ... overlap 6.708 10.795 SD 50 Clay–Turner county line 27.061 43.550 SD 46 east / SD 19A north South end of SD 46 overlap 33.051 53.190 SD 46 west North end of SD 46 ...
County Route 517 (New Jersey) - Major Intersections
14.45 23.26 Route 57 west (Morris-Essex Turnpike) / Route 182 South end of NJ 182 overlap 15.41 24.80 US 46 east (Miller Street) / Route 182 – Netcong North end of NJ 182 ...

More definitions of "overlap":

  • (verb): Extend over and cover a part of.
    Example: "The roofs of the houses overlap in this crowded city"
  • (noun): A representation of common ground between theories or phenomena.
    Example: "There was no overlap between their proposals"
    Synonyms: convergence, intersection
  • (noun): A flap that lies over another part.
    Synonyms: lap
  • (verb): Coincide partially or wholly.
    Example: "Our vacations overlap"

Famous quotes containing the word overlap:

    A lady is nothing very specific. One man’s lady is another man’s woman; sometimes, one man’s lady is another man’s wife. Definitions overlap but they almost never coincide.
    Russell Lynes (b. 1910)