[oh-ver-doo, -dyoo] /ˌoʊ vərˈdu, -ˈdyu/
past , as a delayed train or a bill not paid by the assigned date; late:
two overdue library books.
too long awaited; needed or expected for some time:
Improvements in our highway system are long overdue.
more than sufficiently advanced, mature, or ready:
That country is overdue for industrial development.
past the time specified, required, or preferred for arrival, occurrence, payment, etc
“past the due date,” 1845 of bills, 1890 of library books, 1970 of menstrual periods, from over- + due (adj.).
[oh-ver-dahy, oh-ver-dahy] /ˌoʊ vərˈdaɪ, ˈoʊ vərˌdaɪ/ verb (used with object), overdyed, overdying. 1. to too long or too much. 2. to over another color. /ˌəʊvəˈdaɪ/ verb (transitive) 1. to dye (a fabric, yarn, etc) excessively 2. to dye for a second or third time with a different colour
/ˌəʊvərˈiːɡə/ adjective 1. excessively eager or keen: overeager supporters
adjective, Cookery. 1. (of fried eggs) turned over when nearly done and fried briefly on the reverse side so that the yolk remains somewhat liquid but with a thin, firm layer on top. adjective See over easy adjective pertaining to an egg that is flipped when the white is nearly cooked and fried on the […]
[oh-ver-eet] /ˌoʊ vərˈit/ verb (used without object), overate, overeaten, overeating. 1. to too much: If you overeat, you’re bound to get fat. verb (used with object), overate, overeaten, overeating. 2. to more than is good for (oneself): The food was so tasty we overate ourselves. /əʊvərˈiːt/ verb (intransitive) -eats, -eating, -ate, -eaten 1. to consume […]