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Meanings of Overexplain:

verb

To explain something more than is necessary or helpful

Usage examples:

Many writers and artists tend not to want to overexplain their works., if you want them to believe …

Meanings of Overexplicit:

adjective

More clear and exact than is necessary or helpful

Usage examples:

The dialogue in this scene is over-explicit in a way that it is not in the rest of the film., the s…

Meanings of Overexploited:

verb

Use (a resource) excessively.

Usage examples:

Countries often overexploit their natural resources

Overexpose

əʊv(ə)rɪkˈspəʊz

Meanings of Overexpose:

verb

Expose too much, especially to the public eye or to risk.

Usage examples:

Many uk banks were overexposed to overseas lending risks

Meanings of Overexposed:

verb

Expose too much, especially to the public eye or to risk.

Usage examples:

Many uk banks were overexposed to overseas lending risks

Overexposes

əʊv(ə)rɪkˈspəʊz

Meanings of Overexposes:

verb

Expose too much, especially to the public eye or to risk.

Usage examples:

Many uk banks were overexposed to overseas lending risks

Meanings of Overexposing:

verb

Expose too much, especially to the public eye or to risk.

Usage examples:

Many uk banks were overexposed to overseas lending risks

Overexposure

ˌəʊ.vər.ɪkˈspəʊ.ʒər

Meanings of Overexposure:

noun

Excessive exposure, especially to something harmful.

Usage examples:

People are urged to avoid overexposure to the sun

Meanings of Overexpress:

verb

To express (feelings, an opinion, etc.) to an excessive extent or in an exaggerated manner.

Overextend

ˌəʊvərɪkˈstend

Meanings of Overextend:

verb

Make (something) too long.

Usage examples:

At nine minutes plus the song is somewhat overextended

Overextended

ˌəʊvərɪkˈstendɪd

Meanings of Overextended:

verb

Make (something) too long.

Usage examples:

At nine minutes plus the song is somewhat overextended
adjective

Having spent too much money, or borrowed more money than you can pay back

Usage examples:

Typically, it is people in their late 30s with mortgage commitments who find themselves overextende…

Meanings of Overextending:

verb

Make (something) too long.

Usage examples:

At nine minutes plus the song is somewhat overextended

Overextends

ˌəʊvərɪkˈstend

Meanings of Overextends:

verb

Make (something) too long.

Usage examples:

At nine minutes plus the song is somewhat overextended

Overextension

ˌəʊv(ə)rɪkˈstɛnʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Overextension:

noun

The action of extending something too far.

Usage examples:

Overextension of the head and neck should be avoided

Overexuberant

ˌəʊ.vər.ɪɡˈzjuː.bər.ənt

Meanings of Overexuberant:

adjective

(especially of people and their behaviour) too energetic and enthusiastic

Usage examples:

One over-exuberant audience member tried to sing along, but was swiftly silenced by a woman sitting…

Meanings of Overface:

verb

To abash, overcome, or overwhelm, especially by effrontery or a display of confidence. in later use also: to intimidate, especially by presenting too great a task or obstacle.

Meanings of Overfacile:

adjective

Too simple, and not thought through enough

Usage examples:

He spends his free time painting landscapes and writing overfacile poetry., as a director, she refu…

Meanings of Overfall:

noun

A turbulent stretch of open water caused by a strong current or tide over a submarine ridge, or by a meeting of currents.

Usage examples:

You need very calm surface conditions and a northward current in jack sound, but not so strong as t…

Overfamiliar

əʊvəfəˈmɪlɪə

Meanings of Overfamiliar:

adjective

Too well known.

Usage examples:

The overfamiliar teacher's voice

Overfamiliarity

ˌəʊ.və.fəˌmɪl.iˈær.ə.ti

Meanings of Overfamiliarity:

noun

Too much knowledge of something, or the fact that you know it too well

Usage examples:

It would be easy, through over-familiarity with the facts of climate change, to fail to appreciate …

Meanings of Overfar:

adverb

Too far; to too great a distance, extent, or degree.

Meanings of Overfastidious:

adjective

Excessively concerned about accuracy and detail.

Usage examples:

His manner gives the impression of an over-fastidious gentleman

Meanings of Overfat:

adjective

Too fat, excessively fat. also as noun (with the and plural agreement): excessively fat people as a class.

Meanings of Overfatigued:

adjective

Excessively fatigued; overtired.

Meanings of Overfavor:

verb

Us spelling of over-favour

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