Prepositions after "overtake"

overtake by, in, on, with or at?

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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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