English - Turkish

  1. Fazla değer verilmiş, gözde büyütülmüş, gereğinden fazla değer biçilmiş
  2. gözünde büyütmek fiil (overrate)
  3. abartmak (overrate)
  4. fazla değer vermek (overrate)
  5. gereğinden fazla değer biçmek (overrate)
  6. fazla değer ver (overrate)
  7. -i olduğundan fazla iyi/önemli saymak fiil (overrate)
  8. önemse (overrate)

English - English

  1. Given an undue amount of credit for quality or merit in a field; not necessarily related to popularity - "She is an overrated singer."
  2. Simple past tense and past participle of overrate
  3. past of overrate
  4. rated too highly
  5. excessively valued; attributed with exaggerated acclaim or importance sıfat
  6. not as good or important as some people think or say   underrated
  7. To esteem too highly; to give greater praise than due (overrate)
  8. If you say that something or someone is overrated, you mean that people have a higher opinion of them than they deserve. More men are finding out that the joys of work have been overrated If you consider him a miracle man, you're overrating him. underrate + overrated over·rat·ed Life in the wild is vastly overrated. underrated (overrate)
  9. To think of too highly; give greater praise than due (overrate)
  10. rate too highly; ascribe too much importance; overestimate fiil (overrate)
  11. To rate or value too highly (overrate)
  12. An excessive rate (overrate)
  13. make too high an estimate of; "He overestimated his own powers" (overrate)

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About This Word

    Etymology: (prefix.) over- +‎ rated
    Synonyms: exaggerated, hyped-up, overestimated, overpaid, overpriced, overpromoted, puffed up, pumped up
    Antonyms: underrated
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