Definitions of "override"
  1. The act or power of making a decision that overrules another
  2. The action of canceling or counteracting an existing rule or authority using a higher power
  3. The amount of money given to managerial roles as a bonus from the sales achieved by their employees
  4. An occurrence where a decision, rule, or action is negated or set aside
How to use "override" in a sentence
  1. Despite the team's initial decision, the CEO decided to override their choice.
  2. The new law was an override of the previous regulation, bringing the much-needed change.
  3. As a reward for the increased sales of his team, the manager received a hefty override.

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