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See also: run over
runover (plural runovers)
- (printing) A line of text that overruns the available space.
- (television) The situation where a television programme overruns its scheduled slot.
2009 March 31, Felicia R. Lee, “Television Ratings”, in New York Times:
- CBS ranked No. 1 on Sunday night, aided by “60 Minutes” and an 18-minute runover into the 7 o’clock hour of live basketball coverage from the afternoon.