[oh-ver-doo] /ˌoʊ vərˈdu/
verb (used with object), overdid, overdone, overdoing.
to do to excess; overindulge in:
to overdo dieting.
to carry to excess or beyond the proper limit:
He puts on so much charm that he overdoes it.
to overact (a part); exaggerate.
to overtax the strength of; fatigue; exhaust.
to cook too much or too long; overcook:
Don’t overdo the hamburgers.
verb (used without object), overdid, overdone, overdoing.
to do too much; go to an extreme:
Exercise is good but you mustn’t overdo.
verb (transitive) -does, -doing, -did, -done
to take or carry too far; do to excess
to exaggerate, overelaborate, or overplay
to cook or bake too long
overdo it, overdo things, to overtax one’s strength, capacity, etc
Old English oferdon “to do too much,” from ofer (see over) + don (see do (v.)). Common Germanic (cf. Old High German ubartuan). Meaning “to overtax, exhaust” (especially in phrase to overdo it) is attested from 1817. Of food, “to cook too long,” first recorded 1680s (in past participle adjective overdone).
[oh-ver-duhn] /ˌoʊ vərˈdʌn/ verb 1. past participle of . adjective 2. cooked too long or too much: The roast was overdone. I dislike overdone steak. 3. excessive or strained; exaggerated: Don’t you think his politeness is overdone? 4. overtaxed; exhausted: You’re looking a bit overdone from that hike. [oh-ver-doo] /ˌoʊ vərˈdu/ verb (used with object), […]
overdominance o·ver·dom·i·nance (ō’vər-dŏm’ə-nəns) n. The condition in which a heterozygote has a phenotype that is more pronounced or better adapted than that of either homozygote. o’ver·dom’i·nant adj.
[oh-ver-dawr, -dohr] /ˈoʊ vərˌdɔr, -ˌdoʊr/ adjective 1. situated above a doorway: an overdoor panel. noun 2. an ornamented carving, painting, or section of decorated woodwork over a doorway.
[noun oh-ver-dohs; verb oh-ver-dohs, oh-ver-dohs] /noun ˈoʊ vərˌdoʊs; verb ˈoʊ vərˌdoʊs, ˌoʊ vərˈdoʊs/ noun, verb, overdosed, overdosing. 1. . noun (ˈəʊvəˌdəʊs) 1. (esp of drugs) an excessive dose verb (ˌəʊvəˈdəʊs) 2. to take an excessive dose or give an excessive dose to n. 1700, “an excessive dose,” from over- + dose (n.). v. 1727, “to […]