to spill over
to spill over
- overlopen, overstromen, overvloeien, blaken
overflow with a certain feeling
- The guilt he felt over the affair made him spill his guts to his wife.
- Possible spill-over effects in music publishing
- LIMITING NEGATIVE SPILL-OVER EFFECTS/MEASURES LIMITING THE DISTORTION OF COMPETITION
- Does the aid have no unduly adverse spill over effects on other States? Please justify.
- Does the aid have no unduly adverse spill over effects on other States?
- Will aid under the scheme have no unduly adverse spill over effects on other States?
- Spill-over effects are most powerful and the need for a common agenda is strongest in the euro-area.
- Will aid under the scheme have no unduly adverse spill over effects on other States? Please justify.
- It was necessary to demonstrate that the aid had had no spill-over effects on the parent company.
- Second, the Commission expressed doubts regarding possible overcompensation that could spill over into other segments of the waste market.
- What are the ring-fence measures to avoid spill-over into after activities of the same company?
- Generally, except when there has been spill-over of HPAI from infected poultry, only LPAI viruses are detected in wild birds.
- In principle, companies will be less prone to invest in training when the immediate benefits of this training for the company do not exceed its spill-over effects.
- the spill-over effects in terms of know-how between the two helicopters are very limited because they are fundamentally different aircraft.
- The Tonnage Tax Act provides for a number of ring-fencing measures to avoid spill-over effects into non-eligible activities in Poland or in other countries.