noun: Something that spills over: an overspill of milk.
noun: Chiefly British Movement of people from overcrowded cities to less populated areas.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
When I was young, douce burghs like Haddington and Dumfries accepted Glasgow "overspill" populations i.e. cleared slum-dwellers.
At first he believed his dreams to be some kind of overspill from a full-sense drama that was leaking into the Centurion Station gaiafield.
The council also began a programme of buying land in surrounding areas and moving people and industry into newly developed "overspill" estates.
It was Dawley journalist Mr Bowdler who, in February 1955, wrote an article published in a Birmingham newspaper which suggested that the vast swathes of derelict land in east Shropshire could be used for housing to accommodate the Birmingham "overspill" population.
The park, a maze of fences and wires and signposts, is undergoing regeneration; the Olympics is not mentioned, but, says Sinclair, it's the overspill from it.
n iš(si)liejimas (per kraštus)
pralietas skystis (miesto) gyventojų perteklius, gyventojai, emigruojantys į mažesnius miestus ar svetur