Verb(1) do something to an excessive degree
(1) Campaigners in the various health matters, especially, should realise that their messages are bound to fall on deaf ears when they overdo the exercises.(2) By all means make it look appetising, but do not overdo the plate-decorating, nor feel you have to emulate restaurants, and stack everything up like the leaning tower of Pisa.(3) Most economists believe the EU will not overdo the increase in rates bearing in mind the delicate nature of the economic recovery currently underway.(4) You can, in short, overdo the pomp of sci-fi prophecy, the edge of quasi-religiosity that turns decently crafted fiction into something more grandiose.(5) Equally, don't overdo the concealer or your eyes will look like they've got white circles round them.(6) Winemakers can overdo the colour extraction and thus spoil the flavour.(7) Some newspapers sell by overdoing this subject.(8) The fish was fresh and not overdone , but there was obviously some concern in the kitchen that the black beans might overwhelm the bass.(9) It was rather overdone , and I just stopped the quirk of my eyebrows that would cue him in to the mistake.(10) If Jennifer overdoes activities, her heart beats extremely quickly.(11) I know the other parents thought I was overdoing it .(12) The Doctor is of course off this weekend also and I am continuing in my discussions to try to keep him from overdoing things - he works harder than most and doesn't take to relaxation.(13) We feel that the inflation concerns there were overdone , and mostly due to one-time factors.(14) Too late, to his chagrin, not to mention embarrassment, he found that he had rather overdone it, and could not get near him.(15) While the religious devotionalism of the past was often overdone and was open to excess, it gave people a range of prayer-forms to choose from and an ownership over a life of personal prayer.(16) Mars is a hard-driving taskmaster, so you've probably been overdoing things again recently.
(1) overdo it :: soona ai
(2) overdo things :: soona mea
1. exaggerate ::
2. overindulge in ::
3. overcook ::
1. understate ::
overdo, overdoes, overdoing
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they mean well, but young men with big jobs,
they tend to OVERDO them.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7
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