1 disregard, fail to notice, forget, ignore, leave out of consideration, leave undone, miss, neglect, omit, pass, slight, slip up on
2 blink at, condone, disregard, excuse, forgive, let bygones be bygones, let one off with, let pass, let ride, make allowances for, pardon, turn a blind eye to, wink at
3 afford a view of, command a view of, front on to, give upon, have a view of, look over or out on
1 discern, heed, mark, note, notice, observe, perceive, regard, spot
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overlook ( overlooks 3rd person present) ( overlooking present participle) ( overlooked past tense & past participle )
1 verb If a building or window overlooks a place, you can see the place clearly from the building or window.
Pretty and comfortable rooms overlook a flower-filled garden... V n
2 verb If you overlook a fact or problem, you do not notice it, or do not realize how important it is.
We overlook all sorts of warning signals about our own health. V n
3 verb If you overlook someone's faults or bad behaviour, you forgive them and take no action.
...satisfying relationships that enable them to overlook each other's faults. V n
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