overdose[ō′vər dōs′; for v. ō′vər dōs′, ō′vər dōs′]
An excessive dose, especially of a narcotic.
verbo·ver·dosed, o·ver·dos·ing, o·ver·dos·es
To take an overdose.
To administer too large a dose or too many doses to.
(third-person singular simple present overdoses, present participle overdosing, simple past and past participle overdosed)
- (intransitive) To dose excessively, to take an overdose.
- Be careful not to overdose on those pills.
- She overdosed on cocaine.
- To dose to excess; to give an overdose, or too many doses, to.
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