“You need to keep your head straight,” Hagiwara was overhead saying to Dilello on the phone.
The police were overhead in a helicopter trying to persuade the young man to come down.
Jigs' friend said fighter jets would be overhead in the next hour.
One team proposed harnessing the body heat lost from passengers sitting in their seats to power the overhead lighting.
An overhead view of a model walking the runway at the Project Runway Spring 2014 fashion show.
Holding his clothes 121high overhead, he waded slowly toward the opposite shore.
It was the overhead cover, I fancy, that saved us this time.
"Never, until you tell me that you understand," replied Crailey firmly, listening keenly for the slightest sound from overhead.
overhead, the night wind murmured; all about, the crickets sang.
Susannah and Ann were one evening below stairs in the dining room and heard knockings at the door and overhead.
All costs of running a business other than wages paid to production workers or payments for raw material to be used in production. Overhead includes the cost of renting or leasing a store in which business is transacted, the cost of heating a factory, and similar expenses.
1. Resources (in computing usually processing time or storage space) consumed for purposes which are incidental to, but necessary to, the main one. Overheads are usually quantifiable "costs" of some kind.
Examples: The overheads in running a business include the cost of heating the building. Keeping a program running all the time eliminates the overhead of loading and initialising it for each transaction. Turning a subroutine into inline code eliminates the call and return time overhead for each execution but introduces space overheads.
3. Overhead transparencies or "slides" (usually 8-1/2" x 11") that are projected to an audience via an overhead (flatbed) projector.