English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to superimpose: to put a picture, words, etc. on top of something else; to lay something on top of something else
a superimposed image a picture placed over the top of another image
- "Did the picture have a smaller red square superimposed on a larger green square?"
- "There is no dialogue, only the rhythm of pulsating African drums. After 15 seconds, we superimpose the Delavigne logo over the girl's face, and then we have a voice-over, with a woman whispering: 'TigerLily by Delavigne'."
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