Definitions for "Overflow"
To flow over; to cover woth, or as with, water or other fluid; to spread over; to inundate; to overwhelm.
To flow over the brim of; to fill more than full.
To be superabundant; to abound.
An interrupted traffic condition when a number of queued vehicles are not able to depart due to insufficient capacity during a traffic signal or gap-acceptance cycle (also known as cycle failure).
Whenever the links with another carrier are congested or in case of a technical problem disrupting the flow of traffic, the traffic is routed via a third party carrier.
Calls which cannot be answered and go mouldy in the call queues. The overflow gets sometimes re-routed to external call centres.
Articles that can not be loaded into same unit due to insufficient space in a van or container. Reasons for overflow: customer has added items after survey or inaccurate estimate.
Articles to be shipped which are left behind due to insufficient space on the primary van. A second van is then utilized for transportation and delivery.
Portion of a shipment which cannot be loaded on one van due to lack of available space. Another van (or vans) is assigned to load overflow portions.
An exception condition caused by passing a floating-point value that is larger than the highest valid floating-point value. See max_float for additional information.
An exception condition that occurs when the result of a floating-point operation is greater than the largest normalized number. See also See also integer overflow..
Situation that occurs when the magnitude of a calculation result is too large for the range of the data type being used. In many cases you can choose to either saturate or wrap overflows. See also saturation, wrapping
Keywords:  joy, anger, boss, bubbling, children
overflow with a certain feeling; "The children bubbled over with joy"; "My boss was bubbling over with anger"
the clarified or separated liquid output from the solid-liquid suspension added to a thickener, which should have only a minimal solids content.
When in the process of adding signed binary numbers a carry of 1 is generated from the MSB position of the number into the sign bit position.
The stream of fluid that leaves the cyclone through the vortex finder.
Discharge of a stream outside its banks; the parallel channels carrying such discharge.
A condition generated if an attempt to store a value that is too large for the variable type in question.
an attempt to compute a value that exceeds the maximum value of an integer variable
An error that occurs when the value assigned to a numeric variable is larger than the allowable limit for that variable's type.
Cortical area adjacent to areas of specific function; concerned in associational process which may or may not be conscious.
Typical term used by transcription vendors to classify accounts that contract to transcribe volume that the in-house staff cannot get done.
INCONTINENCE - A type of incontinence brought about because of incomplete emptying and a large amount of urine always being present in the bladder.
An opening to allow rainwater to overflow after it reaches a predetermined height, commonly 2 inches in the case of roof drains.
Attendees booked into facilities after headquarters facilities are full.
Keywords:  venting, gate, recess, die, cavity
A recess in a die connected to die cavity by a gate to assist in proper venting.
A calculated value is greater than the storage location provided for it.
(ISO) In a calculator, the state in which the calculator is unable to accept or process the number of digits in the entry or in the result. See: arithmetic overflow.
Keywords:  occupied, segment, error, numeric, fit
An error condition that results when a numeric value is so large that the number cannot fit in the register or field.
the condition in which a record or a segment cannot be stored in its home because the address is already occupied.
Keywords:  bounds, run
To run over the bounds.
A condition that occurs when a portion of the result of an operation exceeds the capacity of the intended unit of storage.
The transfer of calls from one agent group to another so that they can be handled more quickly.