overheat : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v get excessively and undesirably hot
The car engines overheated
- v make excessively or undesirably hot
The room was overheated
- The 747 was taxiing away from the terminal when a sudden gust of wind blew directly in the exhaust vent of the right outboard engine, causing the fuel to flare up and overheat the .
- The TV showed images of exploding laptops, but the message from Dell was more subdued: "Under rare conditions, it is possible for these batteries to overheat, which could cause a .
- This downturn is likely to be deep, and the economy will probably remain weak for several years--meaning there isn't much cause to worry that stimulus would overheat an already .
- Dick Jauron in USA Today
I wouldn't say he did overheat, but we didn't want him to, and it was clearly gaining on him,Jauron said.
- Patrick Carpentier in Motorsport.com
That was a great race and it was a lot of fun,said Carpentier. "The car was running well for most of the race, except at the end when it started to overheat a little bit. I think there must have been some debris left in the radiators and...
- Andrew Leslie in National Post
We are not going to lose soldiers because they overheat,Mr. Leslie told reporters.