Prepositions after "overtake"
overtake by, in, on, with or at?
|In 62% of cases overtake by is used|
|I was overtaken by the majestic beauty and grandeur of Shiva.|
|The victim tried to fight back but he was overtaken by the men.|
|I don't think being overtaken by almost all EAC members is a good sign at.|
|He could have kept a Jack or Queen, as these could have been overtaken by Dummy's King.|
|One day while roaming through forests in search of animals he was overtaken by the darkness of night.|
|When she went about doing what her husband requested, he sat down to relax and was overtaken by sleep.|
|However, the fact remains that it has been overtaken by Singapore as the optimum location, mainly thanks to our American readers.|
|overtaken first by neo-classical economics in the early 20th century, it was then overtaken by Keynesian thought in the 1920s and 1930s.|
|In 15% of cases overtake in is used|
|It's difficult to manuever and overtake in Singapore's twisted route.|
|If you do overtake in the first DRS zone, you had better make sure you have some KERS left to prevent being overtaken moments later.|
|Would have been good for her to stop to let others past though, if for no other reason than she was causing a situation where cars were overtaking in those conditions.|
|In 7% of cases overtake on is used|
|Just overtake on the left in that case.|
|There's no way that I could overtake on this hill if there's a tractor in front, my engine doesn't have the poke.|
|In 6% of cases overtake with is used|
|After a duck, South would have overtaken with dummy's jack.|
|This gap in the complete package is supposed to be overtaken with the use of Scrabble Cheat.|
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