overcome

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  • He also had to overcome resistance in the military and among party members.
  • The war has made him realize that they must overcome the wall between them.
  • The Empire didn't have enough military power to overcome both of them.
  • This problem can be overcome by using the data to change rather than set the phase.
  • Both carry the message that children can overcome their own problems.
  • The evil of the place overcomes both men, and they quickly leave the town.
  • In overcoming these matters, she was able to become a better person and help others.
  • He overcame both, despite being given only a year to live in the early 1980s.
  • This is many times more than what was needed to overcome the energy barrier.
  • He eventually overcame opposition to the idea of a free public library.
  • One way to help overcome the problem was water treatment.
  • He got his life back together and overcame his alcoholism during their marriage.
  • His curiosity overcomes his fear and he does not close his eyes as he does so.
  • She later overcomes this with the help of her family and friends.
  • There are of course traditional methods for overcoming some of these issues and problems.
  • When these difficulties were overcome, he found them equal to German soldiers.
  • During his life, he overcame various difficulties which arose because of his race.
  • After overcoming the injury, he became a key player for the team.
  • But those problems can be overcome rather than ruining a career or life.
  • At the same time, the patient overcomes his fear and leaves the house.
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Meaning of overcome

  • verb Get on top of; deal with successfully
    He overcame his shyness