never overtake on a curve: không bao giờ được vượt ở chỗ ngoặc
to be overtaken in drink
overtaken|overtook|overtakes|overtaking‚əʊvə(r)teɪk verb +catch up with and possibly overtake +travel past +overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
1 catch (up with or to), reach, draw level or even with, overhaul, gain on or upon, move by or past, pass, leave behind, outstrip, outdistance:
The express train overtakes the local one at Amersham.
2 come upon, seize, catch (unprepared), befall, strike, hit, overwhelm:
The weaknesses of old age overtook the actress before she could finish writing her memoirs.
Advanced English Dictionary
1 (especially BrE) to go past a moving vehicle or person ahead of you because you are going faster than they are: [VN] He pulled out to overtake a truck. +[V] It's dangerous to overtake on a bend. 2[VN] to become greater in number, amount or importance than sth else: In the next century, nuclear energy could overtake oil as the main fuel. + We mustn't let ourselves be overtaken by our competitors. + Quinine has been overtaken by newer drugs. 3[VN][often passive] if sth unpleasant overtakes a person, it unexpectedly starts to happen and to affect them: The climbers were overtaken by bad weather. + Sudden panic overtook her. + Our original plan was overtaken by events (= the situation changed very rapidly) and we had to make a new one.
Random quote: Snowflakes are one of natures most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together.: Vista Kelly