overheat

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To heat excessively
To become excessively hot
{v} to heat too or very much
To heat to excess; to superheat
{f} heat excessively; become too hot; become overly excited
If a country's economy overheats or if conditions overheat it, it grows so rapidly that inflation and interest rates rise very quickly. The private sector is increasing its spending so sharply that the economy is overheating Their prime consideration has been not to overheat the economy. + overheated over·heat·ed the disastrous consequences of an overheated market
get excessively and undesirably hot; "The car engines overheated"
To heat excessively, or to become excessively hot
If something overheats or if you overheat it, it becomes hotter than is necessary or desirable. The engine was overheating and the car was not handling well Why do we pay to overheat pubs and hotels? + overheated over·heat·ed that stuffy, overheated apartment
get excessively and undesirably hot; "The car engines overheated" make excessively or undesirably hot; "The room was overheated
make excessively or undesirably hot; "The room was overheated"
make excessively or undesirably hot; "The room was overheated
overheated
Simple past tense and past participle of overheat
overheated
heated beyond a safe or desirable point; "the child became overheated"; "overheated metal"
overheated
Excessively heated
overheated
Someone who is overheated is very angry about something. I think the reaction has been a little overheated
overheated
past of overheat
overheated
heated beyond a safe or desirable point; "the child became overheated"; "overheated metal
overheated
{s} heated to excess, too hot; overly excited or agitated
overheating
excessive heating
overheating
An economy that is expanding so quickly that there is concern about inflation rates rising The Federal Reserve usually tries to slow the economy's pace by tightening the money supply This causes less money to be chasing after goods and services
overheating
Heating a metal or alloy to such a high temperature that its properties are impaired When the original properties cannot be restored by further heat treating, by mechanical working, or by combination of working and heat treating, the overheating is known as burning
overheating
economic expansion at a rate that cannot be sustained
overheating
An economy that is growing very quickly, with the risk of high inflation
overheating
Failure of tools and components in heat treatment can arise through overheating This may be caused due to quenching from a temperature too high for the type of steel involved Overheating is evidenced by cracking, grain-coarseness, erratic surface hardness and pitting
overheating
present participle of overheat
overheats
third-person singular of overheat
overheat
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