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      vb   , -comes, -coming, -came, -come  
1    tr   to get the better of in a conflict  
2    tr; often passive   to render incapable or powerless by laughter, sorrow, exhaustion, etc.  
he was overcome by fumes     
3    tr   to surmount (obstacles, objections, etc.)  
4    intr   to be victorious  
English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus  


      vb   beat, best, be victorious, blow out of the water     (slang)   bring (someone) to their knees     (informal)   clobber     (slang)   come out on top     (informal)   conquer, crush, defeat, get the better of, lick     (informal)   make mincemeat of     (informal)   master, overpower, overthrow, overwhelm, prevail, render helpless, render incapable, render powerless, rise above, stuff     (slang)   subdue, subjugate, surmount, survive, tank     (slang)   triumph over, undo, vanquish, weather, wipe the floor with     (informal)   worst  
      adj   affected, at a loss for words, bowled over     (informal)   overwhelmed, speechless, swept off one's feet, unable to continue, visibly moved  

English Collins Dictionary - English synonyms & Thesaurus  

! Overcome n.
To surmount, to be victorious

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completely overcome with emotions.
yiddish verklempt parents, myself included, have put their children on school buses for the first time.
term coined by the James Bond movie, meaning that a great danger will come for Bond to overcome
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