Overtime



[noun, adverb, adjective oh-ver-tahym; verb oh-ver-tahym] /noun, adverb, adjective ˈoʊ vərˌtaɪm; verb ˌoʊ vərˈtaɪm/

noun
1.
working before or after one’s regularly scheduled working hours; extra working time.
2.
pay for such time (distinguished from ).
3.
time in excess of a prescribed period.
4.
Sports. an additional period of play for deciding the winner of a game in which the contestants are tied at the end of the regular playing period.
adverb
5.
during overtime:
to work overtime.
adjective
6.
of or for overtime:
overtime pay.
verb (used with object), overtimed, overtiming.
7.
to give too much time to (a photographic exposure).
noun (ˈəʊvəˌtaɪm)
1.

2.
the rate of pay established for such work
3.
time in excess of a set period
4.
(sport, US & Canadian) extra time
adverb (ˈəʊvəˌtaɪm)
5.
beyond the regular or stipulated time
verb (ˌəʊvəˈtaɪm)
6.
(transitive) to exceed the required time for (a photographic exposure)
n.

“time above the regular hours of work,” 1846, from over- + time (n.). Sporting sense first attested 1921, in an ice hockey context.

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