Overdraft definitions

ō'vər-drăft'
A draft, or current of air, passed over a fire, as in a furnace, or passing down through a kiln.
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The definition of an overdraft is taking out more money than is in your account, or a draft of air that moves over a fire.

An example of an overdraft is to write a check for $40 when you only have $20 in your account.

An example of an overdraft is the air that passes over the fuel in a furnace.

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Credit issued by a bank if a check is written on an account that does not have sufficient money to cover it and the bank chooses to approve the check. Often banks link a customer’s savings account or credit card to the checking account to cover overdrafts, and an overdraft fee will be charged.
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(uncountable) The act of overdrawing a bank account.
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(countable) The amount overdrawn.

I have an overdraft of £1234.

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(countable) The maximum amount that may be overdrawn.

The bank have given me an overdraft of $2000.

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Origin of overdraft

over- +"Ž draft