|act of intersecting, common point, crossing point, crossroads, overlapping, point where two roads cross, junction; crossing, convergence, set of common elements||intersection|
|act of joining by splicing; place where two parts have been joined by splicing, connection, interweave strands of two ropes, join by connecting the ends; join by overlapping and binding (of wood); unite, join together; marry, join in marriage, join end...||splice|
|artwork created from many small pieces, creation of image from collected pieces, moviemaking style, sequence of overlapping film clips, technique of creating a composite picture; juxtaposition of separate parts to create a whole (picture, music, etc.)||montage|
|bond layers together, cover something with a thin layer, form metal into thin layers, made up of overlapping layers, layered, laminated, material made up of bonded layers, separate into layers, separate into layers; flatten into a thin sheet (of metal)...||laminate|
|clapboard, cover or supply with weatherboards, long boards that are thicker at one edge and are fitted together in a horizontally overlapping manner as siding for a building, clapboard; side of a watercraft that faces towards the wind (Nautical), weath...||weatherboard|
|condition of overlapping incisors, see also:overbite||underbite|
|consisting of overlapping tiles, covered with overlapping sections; having overlapping edges (like roof tiles or scales), overlap or be overlapping, overlapping like roof tiles, partially cover, overlap like roof tiles||imbricate|
|covered with louvers, shuttered; arranged in an overlapping manner||louvered|
|Extended Data Output; type of random memory that enables continuous production of data without interruption (by "overlapping" access to memory so that one read begins before an earlier read is completed)||EDO|
|fast passage, overlapping passages in fugue||stretto|
|having hull of overlapping planks||clinker-built|
|lapped joint, overlapping joint||lap joint|
|leaf blade, protective plate inside a hoof, thin layer, thin plate, thin sheet; overlapping layer; blade of a leaf, opened area of a leaf||lamina|
|made up of overlapping layers, layered, laminated||laminar|
|made up of overlapping layers, layered, laminated, sounded with the flat part of the tongue||laminal|
|made with overlapping boards, clinker-built, ship or boat built with overlapping boards, clinker-built vessel||lapstreak|
|misalignment of teeth, overlapping of upper teeth over lower (Dentistry)||overbite|
|not overlapping in bud, see also:imbricate, taking place by means of valves, with valves||valvate|
|not overlapping, not extending over or partially covering something else||nonoverlapping|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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Total number of language pairs: 500
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EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.