Overwork meaning

ōvər-wûrk
To force to work too hard or too long.
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To decorate the entire surface of.
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To work too long or too hard.
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Excessive work.
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To work or use to excess.

To overwork a horse; to overwork an excuse.

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To decorate the surface of.
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To make very excited or nervous.
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To work too hard or too long.
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Work that is severe or burdensome.
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Work beyond the amount agreed upon; extra work.
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To make (someone) work too hard.

To overwork a horse.

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(intransitive) To work too hard.
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To fill too full of work; to crowd with labour.
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To decorate all over.
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Origin of overwork

  • over- + work (verb)

    From Wiktionary

  • over- + work (noun)

    From Wiktionary