Synonyms of overpower in English:

overpower


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verb

1‘the prisoners might rebel and overpower the crew’

SYNONYMS
gain control over, overwhelm, prevail over, get the better of, get the upper hand over, gain mastery over, master, control, overthrow, overturn, upset, subdue, suppress, subjugate, hegemonize, repress, quell, quash, crush, finish, bring someone to their knees, break, conquer, defeat, vanquish, beat, be victorious over, gain a victory over, triumph over, best, worst, trounce, rout
informal thrash, lick, clobber, whip, wipe the floor with, drub, tank, blow out of the water
US informal own

2‘he was overpowered by grief’

SYNONYMS
overcome, overwhelm, sweep over, move, stir, affect, touch, impress, sweep someone off their feet, strike, stun, shake, disturb, devastate, take aback, daze, leave speechless, spellbind, dazzle, floor
informal bowl over, blow away, hit for six, knock for six, knock sideways, get to