Thesaurus / overcome


Fortune recently spoke with Tedder to learn more about his new business venture, the lessons learned, the hurdles overcome, and plans for the next year.
Public-health officials will also have to overcome reluctance by some Americans to get a shot.
Joe knows what it’s like to struggle, which is why he gives his personal phone number to kids overcoming a stutter of their own.
Now, scientists have pinpointed a compound emitted by congregating locusts that might explain how individuals of one widespread species overcome their innate aversion to socializing.
In addition to that tension, the Jazz will also have to overcome the absence of Bojan Bogdanović, who is out for the restart after having surgery on his wrist.
Instead, the New York Yankees overcame a rash of injuries to pull away for the division crown in the second half — and our model thinks the Bombers are clear East favorites again in 2020.
Technology has faced and overcome similar challenges in the past.
Twitter can help you out in many ways to overcome the stress of the isolation or to pas days of being quarantined.
That would be a little daunting to tell your employee, though, in order to overcome— well, I mean, for one thing, you’re kind of admitting that you’re irrational.
We have to overcome this knee-jerk sense of scarcity that is baked into, in many ways, the way we’re trained to perceive value in money.


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