overheated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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oh ver hee tid

  • v  get excessively and undesirably hot
    The car engines overheated
  • v  make excessively or undesirably hot
    The room was overheated
  • s  heated beyond a safe or desirable point
    the child became overheated
    overheated metal

  • He has been likened by overheated journalists to Jesus, Mozart and Gandhi, and his father Earl Woods has said, "Tiger will do more than any other man in history to change the .
  • In a nutshell, the economy overheated and the government was too slow to respond, says Jonathan Pincus, chief economist for the United Nations Development Program in Vietnam.
  • Earlier this month, Obama conceded that his own rhetoric on trade during the primaries was "overheated and amplified" and that he supports "opening up a dialogue" with trading .
News & Articles


  • Barack Obama in New York Times
    The days when we are going to be able to grow this economy just on an overheated housing market or people spending, maxing out on their credit cards - those days are over,Mr. Obama said.
  • Wen Jiabao in USA Today
    The primary task for macro-economic regulation this year is to prevent fast economic growth from becoming overheated growth and keep structural price increases from turning into significant inflation,Wen said.
  • Joseph Lowery in International Herald Tribune
    I just got overheated,Lowery told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from his home. "The doctor did tell me to slow down, though. I'm going to slow down, but it's hard. Nobody respects my retirement, and I don't insist. You have...

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