overleaf

[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəlˈiːf/ ]
ADVERB
  1. on or to the other side of a page
    data tabulated overleaf
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How To Use overleaf In A Sentence

  • The responsibility for the payment of fees remains with the party to whom the letter overleaf is addressed.
  • When the fuel crisis was at its worst there was the very real possibility that there would be thousands and thousands of abandoned cars on motorway flyovers and cloverleaf intersections.
  • For more information on what and where to buy, see the panel overleaf. Times, Sunday Times
  • And the ear is not the only sensitive part of the human anatomy which Cloverleaf is designed to appeal to.
  • The table overleaf gives average illuminances and minimum measured illuminances for different types of work.
  • In the center of it all was a cloverleaf intersection, with ramps running up and down from Highway 8.
  • At least a dozen students and other citizens were killed during separate demonstrations near the cloverleaf.
  • On this leaflet it stated that customers should refer to the calendar overleaf for details of the recycling collection dates.
  • The box overleaf will provide the know-how. Times, Sunday Times
  • See the diagram overleaf for proportions. Times, Sunday Times
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