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Definition of "overridden" []

  • Past participle of override (verb)

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Use "overridden" in a sentence
  • "Designing devices to be remotely overridden is a bad idea"
  • "What, though if, from the subclass, you wish to call the overridden method in your superclass?"
  • "The bad effects of excess glucocorticoids in the brain -- no new neurons, problems with memory and learning -- were apparently "overridden" in the rats getting it on by the "hedonic value," that is, the pleasure quotient, of the stressor (here, sex), they wrote."