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o·ver·done

 (ō′vər-dŭn′)
v.
Past participle of overdo.

overdone

(ˌəʊvəˈdʌn)
adj
cooked or baked for too longexaggerated or excessive
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.overdone - represented as greater than is true or reasonable; "an exaggerated opinion of oneself"
immoderate - beyond reasonable limits; "immoderate laughter"; "immoderate spending"
2.overdone - cooked too long but still edible
cooked - having been prepared for eating by the application of heat

overdone

adjective
1. overcooked, burnt, spoiled, dried up, charred, burnt to a crisp or cinder The meat was overdone and the vegetables disappointing.
2. excessive, too much, unfair, unnecessary, exaggerated, over the top (slang), needless, unreasonable, disproportionate, undue, hyped, preposterous, inordinate, fulsome, immoderate, overelaborate, beyond all bounds, O.T.T. (slang) In fact, all the panic about the drought in Britain was overdone.
excessive moderated, played down, minimized, understated, belittled, underplayed, underdone
Translations
rozvařený
som har fået for meget
ylikypsä
prekuhan
やりすぎの
도가 지나친
för hårt stekt
ที่สุกมากเกินไป
quá nhừ

overdone

[ˌəʊvəˈdʌn]
A. PP of overdo
B. ADJ (= exaggerated) → exagerado; (= overcooked) → recocido, muy hecho

overdone

[ˌəʊvərˈdʌn] adj (= overcooked) [food] → trop cuit(e)
(= excessive) → qui n'est pas justifié(e)
The panic was overdone → La panique n'était pas justifiée.

overdone

[ˌəʊvəˈdʌn]
1. pp of overdo
2. adj (exaggerated) → esagerato/a; (overcooked) → troppo cotto/a

overdone

زَائِدُ الطَهْو rozvařený som har fået for meget übertrieben παραψημένος exagerado ylikypsä exagéré prekuhan esagerato やりすぎの 도가 지나친 te gaar overdrevet przesadny cozido demais переваренный för hårt stekt ที่สุกมากเกินไป çok pişmiş quá nhừ 做得过分的
References in classic literature ?
This business of keeping cent-shops is overdone, like all other kinds of trade, handicraft, and bodily labor.
I did wish Aunt Sally would come, and get done with me, and lick me, if she wanted to, and let me get away and tell Tom how we'd overdone this thing, and what a thundering hornet's-nest we'd got ourselves into, so we could stop fooling around straight off, and clear out with Jim before these rips got out of patience and come for us.
They rightly judged, now, that the best way was to relieve him would be to take the thing in earnest and treat it with respect, ignoring Tom's rather overdone raillery; so Luigi said:
That was worse: she fretted and sighed, and looked at her watch till eight, and finally went to her room, completely overdone with sleep; judging by her peevish, heavy look, and the constant rubbing she inflicted on her eyes.
In fact, it is my humble opinion that the gipsies have been overdone, just as the Alps have been over-climbed.
It may be a very bad attempt at a briar, but briars don't straggle into the middle of roads frequented as that one seems to be--judging by those overdone ruts.
Upon my entrance, Usher rose from a sofa on which he had been lying at full length, and greeted me with a vivacious warmth which had much in it, I at first thought, of an overdone cordiality--of the constrained effort of the ennuye man of the world.
Now, in the first place, this censure attaches not to the poetic but to the histrionic art; for gesticulation may be equally overdone in epic recitation, as by Sosi-stratus, or in lyrical competition, as by Mnasitheus the Opuntian.
Now, that he was up, and looking about him, he had an opportunity of perceiving that his mistress was offended, and that he had somewhat overdone the sublime, poetical and affecting.
I tell you I was overdone with this terrific weather that seemed to have no end to it.
It might be that she was a little overdone with work and anxiety now, for soon after Christmas Mrs.
Perhaps it's a dialogue between a couple of farmers--unnatural in their overdone caricature of farmers' dress more unnatural in their constrained attitudes and gestures--most unnatural in their attempts at ease and geniality in their talk.