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Overtalkative

ˌəʊvəˈtɔːkətɪv

Meanings of Overtalkative:

adjective

Tending to talk too much.

Usage examples:

Over-talkative people who gravitate to anyone who will give them attention

Meanings of Overtalker:

noun

A person who talks too much.

Meanings of Overtartly:

adverb

Without concealment or secrecy; openly.

Usage examples:

The selection policy was not overtly stated

Overtask

əʊvəˈtɑːsk

Meanings of Overtask:

verb

Impose too much work on.

Usage examples:

He was in danger of overtasking the officers

Overtasked

əʊvəˈtɑːsk

Meanings of Overtasked:

adjective

Given too much work or too heavy a task.

Usage examples:

An overtasked school system
verb

Impose too much work on.

Usage examples:

He was in danger of overtasking the officers

Overtasking

əʊvəˈtɑːsk

Meanings of Overtasking:

verb

Impose too much work on.

Usage examples:

He was in danger of overtasking the officers

Overtasks

əʊvəˈtɑːsk

Meanings of Overtasks:

verb

Impose too much work on.

Usage examples:

He was in danger of overtasking the officers

Overtax

ˌəʊ.vəˈtæks

Meanings of Overtax:

verb

Require to pay too much tax.

Usage examples:

The uk is not overtaxed compared to other countries

Overtaxation

ˌəʊvətakˈseɪʃn

Meanings of Overtaxation:

noun

The action or practice of requiring a person or company to pay too much tax.

Usage examples:

The overtaxation of retirement savings

Overtaxed

ˌəʊ.vəˈtæks

Meanings of Overtaxed:

verb

Require to pay too much tax.

Usage examples:

The uk is not overtaxed compared to other countries

Overtaxes

əʊvəˈtaks

Meanings of Overtaxes:

verb

Require to pay too much tax.

Usage examples:

The uk is not overtaxed compared to other countries

Meanings of Overtaxing:

verb

Require to pay too much tax.

Usage examples:

The uk is not overtaxed compared to other countries

Meanings of Overteem:

verb

To teem excessively (with people, substances, etc.); to be excessively productive or fertile.

Meanings of Overtell:

verb

To exaggerate in narration; to tell too much or too often.

Meanings of Overtelling:

verb

To exaggerate in narration; to tell too much or too often.

Overthink

əʊvəˈθɪŋk

Meanings of Overthink:

verb

Think about (something) too much or for too long.

Usage examples:

I tend to overthink situations and problems in my life

Meanings of Overthought:

noun

Excessive thought; too much thinking.

verb

To think about something too much, in a way that is not useful

Usage examples:

I overthink everything and worry too much.

Meanings of Overthrew:

verb

Remove forcibly from power.

Usage examples:

Military coups which had attempted to overthrow the king
noun

A removal from power.

Usage examples:

The speeches called for the overthrow of the monarchy

Meanings of Overthrow:

verb

Remove forcibly from power.

Usage examples:

Military coups which had attempted to overthrow the king
noun

A removal from power.

Usage examples:

The speeches called for the overthrow of the monarchy

Meanings of Overthrowable:

adjective

Capable of being overthrown.

Meanings of Overthrowal:

noun

The action of overthrowing something; defeat, deposition.

Meanings of Overthrower:

noun

A person who overthrows someone or something.

Overthrowing

ˌəʊ.vəˈθrəʊ

Meanings of Overthrowing:

verb

Remove forcibly from power.

Usage examples:

Military coups which had attempted to overthrow the king
noun

A removal from power.

Usage examples:

The speeches called for the overthrow of the monarchy

Meanings of Overthrown:

verb

Remove forcibly from power.

Usage examples:

Military coups which had attempted to overthrow the king
noun

A removal from power.

Usage examples:

The speeches called for the overthrow of the monarchy

Overthrows

ˌəʊ.vəˈθrəʊ

Meanings of Overthrows:

verb

Remove forcibly from power.

Usage examples:

Military coups which had attempted to overthrow the king
noun

A removal from power.

Usage examples:

The speeches called for the overthrow of the monarchy

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