[noun, adverb, adjective oh-ver-tahym; verb oh-ver-tahym] /noun, adverb, adjective ˈoʊ vərˌtaɪm; verb ˌoʊ vərˈtaɪm/
working before or after one’s regularly scheduled working hours; extra working time.
pay for such time (distinguished from ).
time in excess of a prescribed period.
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.
to work overtime.
of or for overtime:
verb (used with object), overtimed, overtiming.
to give too much time to (a photographic exposure).
the rate of pay established for such work
time in excess of a set period
(sport, US & Canadian) extra time
beyond the regular or stipulated time
(transitive) to exceed the required time for (a photographic exposure)
“time above the regular hours of work,” 1846, from over- + time (n.). Sporting sense first attested 1921, in an ice hockey context.
verb to give an excessive gratuity to a server Examples She overtipped the waiter to impress her friends. Usage Note overtipped, overtipping; overtipping n
[oh-ver-tahyuh r] /ˌoʊ vərˈtaɪər/ verb (used with or without object), overtired, overtiring. 1. to to the point of exhaustion; out. v. 1550s, from over- + tire (v.). Related: Overtired; overtiring.
[oh-ver-tahyuh r] /ˌoʊ vərˈtaɪər/ verb (used with or without object), overtired, overtiring. 1. to to the point of exhaustion; out. /ˌəʊvərˈtaɪəd/ adjective 1. extremely tired; exhausted: overtired and overworked v. 1550s, from over- + tire (v.). Related: Overtired; overtiring.
[oh-vurt-lee, oh-vurt-lee] /oʊˈvɜrt li, ˈoʊ vɜrt li/ adverb 1. openly; publicly. adv. early 14c., from overt + -ly (2).