LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||17/NOV/2016 2:31 AM|
Tiago, I understand that the word overtake in "doing an overtake" is a noun, whereas you found it meaning a verb.
There are other examples in this site:
"The advantage of not trying to do everything without overtakes but instead doing an overtake between Port Morris and Co-op City (or, better yet, between Parkchester and Co-op City) is that it allows adding these infill stops without destroying the schedule too much."
Yes, Thomas, that one (the word undercut) I found from British English sources, so from the other side of the pound. I failed to point that out, though.
Thanks you both for your comments and insights.
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