Portuguese English Dictionary

português - English

negligenciar in English:

1. overlook


Shouldn't you overlook his indiscretions and forgive him?
This is too important to overlook.
He overlooked a misspelled word.
if a house, room etc overlooks something, it has a view of it, usually from above
I think there is one kye fact you have overlooked.
She did not overlook whatever difference there was between what was right and what was wrong.
Making this matter public would have an effect on our sales, so we're going to overlook it this once.
Brenda overlooked the last step and had a bad fall
However, do not overlook the effect the Iraq war may have had. The risk is a real one and should not be overlooked. But in the future such things will not be overlooked.
To overlook is defined as to look at from a high place, or to miss something by mistake or on purpose. An example of to overlook is to view a valley from the top of a cliff. An example of to overlook is to not count one absence by a student.
The definition of an overlook is a high place that provides a view of the surroundings. An example of an overlook is a cliff above a valley. My hotel window overlooked some of the most magnificent scenery I had ever seen.
It's a two-storied house with a spacious living-room, light bedroom and study which overlooks the garden.
He seems to have overlooked one important fact.
I ​think there is one ​key ​fact that you have overlooked. Reiner himself was overlooked as ​best ​director. Our ​hotel ​room overlooked the ​harbor.
if something overlooks a place, it is above the place and has a view over it