Overload and its correct name?

Hey all, come course on c# here is a disassembled sample code, which has this comment:
// Overload operators.

// Syntax for operator overloading.
// Point operator + (Point p1, Point p2) method, where:
// Point - the type of the return value of the method,
// operator + - the name of the method
// (Point p1, Point p2) - method arguments.

The question is whether it is appropriate to call operator overloading "method", even in context?
July 2nd 19 at 13:15
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 13:17
Solution
is it correct to call the operator overloading "method"

not

Function and method is essentially the same (but there is a difference). Here they can overload. To define a function(method) different number of parameters. Example:
Console.WriteLine();
See how many variants of a function call...

"Method overload", "overloading functions", "overloading operator" - Yes, correct and common expression
July 2nd 19 at 13:19
So overload is not named method. Method called addition.

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