overshoot

US [ˌoʊvərˈʃut]
UK [ˌəʊvə(r)ˈʃuːt]
  • v.超过;超过(原计划);突破(预计费用)
  • n.【自】过调量
  • Web过冲;超调量;超射
Past Tense:overshot  Simple Present:overshoots  Present Participle:overshooting  
overshoot
v.
1.
[t][i]
超过,越过(预定地点)to go further than the place you intended to stop or turn
The aircraft overshot the runway.
飞机冲出了跑道。
She had overshot by 20 metres.
她超过了 20 米。
2.
[t]
~ sth (by sth)
超过(原计划);突破(预计费用)to do more or to spend more money than you originally planned
The department may overshoot its cash limit this year.
这个部门今年可能要突破现金限额。

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