Definitions for "Override a Veto"
see Veto Override.
Congress may try to override the president's veto in order to enact a bill into law. The override of a veto requires a recorded vote with a two-thirds majority in each chamber.
A procedure that Congress may enact when the President refuses to sign a bill into law. Congress must have a two-thirds vote in each chamber to override the veto. If this occurs, the bill then becomes law over the President's objections.