verb-transitive: To throw into a confused or disturbed state; upset: "The news is sure to overset him” ( Charles Dickens).
verb-transitive: Printing To set (type or copy) in excess of what is needed.
verb-transitive: Printing To set too much type for (a given space).
verb-intransitive: Printing To set too much material for a given space.
noun: Printing Too much typeset matter.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
How "overset" I was all yesterday by the fierce pain I had suffered, and the want of sleep, and worst of all, I think, the chloroform I had/swallowed/, I cannot describe.
“Help me,” said the poor fellow, as I drew nigh; but before I could reach the horses, they had turned rapidly round, one of the fore-wheels flew from its axle-tree, the chaise was overset, and the postillion flung violently from his seat upon the field.
A lemon posset was fine on flavour, but slightly overset.
The only true failure of the night was an overset pannacotta, overlaid with a layer of chocolate mousse so heavy it had its own gravitational pull.
Shifting around in an effort to help might well overset them all.
v (overset) suardyti (planus, tvarką ir pan.) sutrikdyti apversti