- noun excess liquid that flows over the edge of a container
- verb to flow over the edge of a container
- noun a mathematical result that is greater than the limits of the computer’s number storage system
- noun a situation in a network when the number of transmissions is greater than the line capacity and they are transferred by another route
- A pipe installed to prevent flooding in storage tanks, fixtures, and plumbing fittings, or to remove excess water from buildings and systems.
- An outlet fitted to a storage tank to set the proper level of liquid and to prevent flooding.
- Also called arithmetic overflow 1. The condition in which the result of an operation exceeds the capacity of its designated storage location. For example, an operation whose exponent exceeds the number of bits allotted to it. Also called overflow condition. #The amount by which the result of an operation exceeds the capacity of its designated storage location.
- noun an outlet that allows water to escape from a tank or a system of pipes if the level becomes dangerously high