Overhang

English Meaning

To impend or hang over.

  1. To project or extend beyond.
  2. To loom over: The threat of nuclear war overhangs modern society.
  3. To ornament with hangings.
  4. To project over something that lies beneath. See Synonyms at bulge.
  5. A projecting part, such as an architectural structure or a rock formation.
  6. An amount of projection: an overhang of six inches.
  7. Nautical The part of a bow or stern that projects over the water.
  8. A supply of a commodity in excess of what can easily be disposed of: An unusually warm winter created an overhang in oil stocks.

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

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