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    to overlap

    He overlapped her advise.

    Does this sentence make any sense? And what does it mean?
    Last edited by goingtocalifornia; 27-Dec-2007 at 23:56.

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    Re: to overlap

    The sentence makes sense if he gave the same advice in two different forms. It is not a very clear sentence without more context. I would have said, "He gave overlapping advice."

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