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o·ver·draw

 (ō′vər-drô′)
v. o·ver·drew (-dro͞o′), o·ver·drawn (-drôn′), o·ver·draw·ing, o·ver·draws
v.tr.
1. To draw against (a bank account) in excess of credit.
2. To pull back too far: overdraw a bow.
3. To spoil the effect of by exaggeration in telling or describing.
v.intr.
To make an overdraft.

overdrawn

(ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn)
adj
(Banking & Finance) having money withdrawn in excess of the credit balance
Translations
حِسَابٌ مَكْشُوفمَسْحوب من الحِساب أكثر مما فيه
přečerpaný
overtrukket
ylitetty
u minusu
túldiszponált
yfirdraga
当座借越しをした
차월한
pereikvotasperviršytas
pārtērēts
övertrasserad
ถอนเงินเกิน
fazla para çekilmişhesabından fazla para çekmiş
chi trội

overdrawn

[ˌəʊvərˈdrɔːn] adj [account] → à découvert
to be overdrawn [person] → être à découvert

overdrawn

[ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn] adj (account) → scoperto/a
to be overdrawn → avere il conto scoperto
I'm £200 overdrawn → sono in rosso di 200 sterline

overdrawn

(əuvəˈdroːn) adjective
having taken more money out of one's account than it had in it. His account is overdrawn.

overdrawn

حِسَابٌ مَكْشُوف přečerpaný overtrukket überzogen παρατραβηγμένος descubierto ylitetty à découvert u minusu scoperto 当座借越しをした 차월한 over de limiet overtrukket o przekroczonym stanie konta com saldo negativo превышенный övertrasserad ถอนเงินเกิน hesabından fazla para çekmiş chi trội 透支的
References in classic literature ?
I forgot to tell you that Silver is a man of substance; I know of my own knowledge that he has a banker's account, which has never been overdrawn.
The scene of this romance, which opens well, is laid in the South Seas, but everything soon becomes overdrawn and fantastical, and the thread of the story loses itself in a mystical allegory.
I bore her coarse reproaches with astonishing equanimity, even with cheerfulness; for I was sensible that I had done more good to Nancy Brown than harm to her: and perhaps some other thoughts assisted to keep up my spirits, and impart a relish to the cup of cold, overdrawn tea, and a charm to the otherwise unsightly table; and--I had almost said--to Miss Matilda's unamiable face.
DEAR SIR, - We notice that your account to-day stands 119,000 pounds overdrawn, against which we hold as collateral security shares in the Bekwando Land Company to the value of 150,000 pounds.
I had occasion on Tuesday to pay away two cheques, one for L80, and the other for L120, and here they are returned with a bank notice that we have already overdrawn to the extent of some hundreds.
In tragedy the overdrawn but powerful plays of Thomas Otway, a man of short and pathetic life, and of Nathaniel Lee, are alone of any importance.
I was too late for tea; but my mother had kindly kept the teapot and muffin warm upon the hobs, and, though she scolded me a little, readily admitted my excuses; and when I complained of the flavour of the overdrawn tea, she poured the remainder into the slop-basin, and bade Rose put some fresh into the pot, and reboil the kettle, which offices were performed with great commotion, and certain remarkable comments.
The picture presented of me, by my old friend Betteredge, at the time of my departure from England, is (as I think) a little overdrawn.
QA Some people may experience difficulties in opening a standard current or savings account if they have a poor credit rating or low income, or because they already have a current account which is overdrawn.
If the terms and conditions say the circumstances when it will, such as when you go overdrawn without authorisation.
About 85 percent of those who never go overdrawn, balance their accounts or monitor their budgets on a regular basis.
Research from Thinkmoney shows 27 per cent rely on their overdraft for half the month and one per cent are constantly overdrawn.