Examples of spillover in a Sentence
Put a pan under the pie to catch any spillovers.
New technology has a positive spillover effect into countless fields.
Recent Examples of spillover from the Web
The World Bank found that just a trade war between the United States and China could have a spillover effect on industrial supply chains around the world, hurting everything from labor markets to investment activities.
Those kinds of rules could have spillover benefits to people outside of Europe, and could similarly influence how companies conduct business regardless of the country.
Because high-technology acquisitions often generate spillover benefits for the Chinese military, its SWFs are often willing to pay distortive prices, far above what the free market would dictate.
Other researchers have considered the spillover effects of non-compete agreements for the wider economy.
Here, at the intersection of recreational genetic genealogy and personal health information, is where direct-to-consumer companies are generating some unintended spillover effects that consumers may not be prepared for.
Lebanon has been suffering for years from spillover of Syria’s seven-year civil war and the flow of more than a million refugees, or nearly a quarter of the tiny country’s population, putting pressure on an already crumbling infrastructure.
The huge stakes of the partisan struggle have all kinds of spillover effects, one of which is to raise the social and professional costs of holding fellow members of your coalition to account.
The spillover into financial services adds a new layer of complexity to one of the world’s most perplexing diplomatic feuds.
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SPILLOVER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spillover for English Language Learners
: something that flows out of or spreads beyond a container, space, area, etc.
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