overhang

[n] - projection that extends beyond or hangs over something else 2. [v] - project over 3. [v] - be suspended over or hang over
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Overhang

(1) The extent to which the wingtip of one or two superimposed planes projects beyond the tip of the other. (2) The distance from the outer point of support to the tip of an aerofoil.
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Overhang

Any horizontal projection that serves as a shading element for a window.
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Overhang

That part of the roof structure which extends horizontally beyond the vertical plane of the exterior walls of a building.
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Overhang

O`ver·hang' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Overhung ; present participle & verbal noun Overhanging .] 1. To impend or hang over. [ R.] Beau. & Fl. 2. To hang over; to jut or project over. Pope....
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Overhang

O`ver·hang` noun (Architecture) 1. In a general sense, that which just out or projects; a projection; also, the measure of the projection; as, the overhang is five feet. 2. Specifically: The projection of an upper part (as a roof, an upper story, or other part) of a build...
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overhang

An excess of dental filling material beyond the cavity margin or normal tooth contour. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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overhang

noun projection that extends beyond or hangs over something else
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Overhang

• (v. t.) To impend or hang over. • (v. t.) To hang over; to jut or project over. • (n.) Specifically: The projection of an upper part (as a roof, an upper story, or other part) of a building beyond the lower part; as, the overhang of a roof, of the eaves, etc. • (n.) The portion of the bow or stem of a vessel that projects over...
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Overhang

Used in the context of general equities. Sizable block of securities or commodities contracts that, if released on the market, would put downward pressure on prices; prohibits buying activity that would otherwise translate into upward price movement. Examples include shares held in a dealer`s inventory, a large institutional holding, a secondary di...
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Overhang

Referring to general equities, a large block of securities or commodities contracts that would put downward pressure on prices if released on the market. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Overhang

See debt overhang and money overhang.
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Overhang

[architecture] An overhang in architecture is a protruding structure which may provide protection for lower levels. Overhangs on two sides of Pennsylvania Dutch barns protect doors, windows, and other lower level structure. Overhangs on all four sides of barns is common in Swiss architecture. An Overhanging eave is the edge of a roof, protr...
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Overhang

[automotive] Overhangs are the lengths of a car, at the front and rear, which extend beyond the wheelbase. They are normally described as front overhang and rear overhang. Practicality, style, and performance are affected by the size and weight of overhangs. ==Advantages== Large overhangs contribute to large vehicle dimensions, and the asso...
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Overhang

- Outward projecting eave-soffit area of a roof; the part of the roof that hangs out or over the outside wall. See also Cornice.
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Overhang

  That portion of the roof structure that extends beyond the exterior walls of a building.
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Overhang

The extension of the top chord of a joist beyond the outside of the bearing support. See Top Chord Extension. [] [P]
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overhang

The end of timber that is unsupported by rack sticks and extends beyond the ends of most pieces in an air drying stack, rack, pack, or unit of timber
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Overhang

A building element that shades windows, walls, and doors from direct solar radiation and protects these elements from precipitation.
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overhang

A building element that shades windows, walls, and doors from direct solar radiation and protects these elements from precipitation. Related category • BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE
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overhang

Type: Term Pronunciation: ō′vĕr-hang Definitions: 1. An excess of dental filling material beyond the cavity margin or normal tooth contour. 2. The unpaired end portion of one strand of a double-stranded nucleic acid chain.
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Overhang

A heavy or pronounced brow.
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Overhang

The distance which the car extends beyond the wheelbase. In car style design terms, this is the amount of body that is beyond the wheels or wheel arches.
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Overhang

A heavy or pronounced brow.
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Overhang

this term is used to describe a projecting ledge that extends over a frame.
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