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o·ver·time

 (ō′vər-tīm′)
n.
1. Time beyond an established limit, as:
a. Working hours in addition to those of a regular schedule.
b. Sports A period of playing time added after the expiration of the set time limit.
2. Payment for additional work done outside of regular working hours.
adv.
Beyond the established time limit, especially that of the normal working day: The newspaper staff worked overtime.
tr.v. (ō′vər-tīm′) o·ver·timed, o·ver·tim·ing, o·ver·times
To exceed the desired timing for: overtime a photographic exposure.

overtime

n
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms)
a. work at a regular job done in addition to regular working hours
b. (as modifier): overtime pay.
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the rate of pay established for such work
3. time in excess of a set period
4. (General Sporting Terms) sport US and Canadian extra time
adv
beyond the regular or stipulated time
vb
(Photography) (tr) to exceed the required time for (a photographic exposure)

o•ver•time

(ˈoʊ vərˌtaɪm)
n.
1. working time before or after one's regularly scheduled working hours.
2. pay for such time.
3. time in excess of a set period.
4. an additional period in a game, played when the score is tied at the end of the regular playing period.
adv.
5. during overtime.
adj.
6. of or for overtime.
[1840–50]

overtime


Past participle: overtimed
Gerund: overtiming

Imperative
overtime
overtime
Present
I overtime
you overtime
he/she/it overtimes
we overtime
you overtime
they overtime
Preterite
I overtimed
you overtimed
he/she/it overtimed
we overtimed
you overtimed
they overtimed
Present Continuous
I am overtiming
you are overtiming
he/she/it is overtiming
we are overtiming
you are overtiming
they are overtiming
Present Perfect
I have overtimed
you have overtimed
he/she/it has overtimed
we have overtimed
you have overtimed
they have overtimed
Past Continuous
I was overtiming
you were overtiming
he/she/it was overtiming
we were overtiming
you were overtiming
they were overtiming
Past Perfect
I had overtimed
you had overtimed
he/she/it had overtimed
we had overtimed
you had overtimed
they had overtimed
Future
I will overtime
you will overtime
he/she/it will overtime
we will overtime
you will overtime
they will overtime
Future Perfect
I will have overtimed
you will have overtimed
he/she/it will have overtimed
we will have overtimed
you will have overtimed
they will have overtimed
Future Continuous
I will be overtiming
you will be overtiming
he/she/it will be overtiming
we will be overtiming
you will be overtiming
they will be overtiming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overtiming
you have been overtiming
he/she/it has been overtiming
we have been overtiming
you have been overtiming
they have been overtiming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overtiming
you will have been overtiming
he/she/it will have been overtiming
we will have been overtiming
you will have been overtiming
they will have been overtiming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overtiming
you had been overtiming
he/she/it had been overtiming
we had been overtiming
you had been overtiming
they had been overtiming
Conditional
I would overtime
you would overtime
he/she/it would overtime
we would overtime
you would overtime
they would overtime
Past Conditional
I would have overtimed
you would have overtimed
he/she/it would have overtimed
we would have overtimed
you would have overtimed
they would have overtimed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.overtime - work done in addition to regular working hoursovertime - work done in addition to regular working hours
work time - a time period when you are required to work
2.overtime - playing time beyond regulation, to break a tieovertime - playing time beyond regulation, to break a tie
athletic game - a game involving athletic activity
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
extra innings - overtime play until one team is ahead at the end of an inning; e.g. baseball
overtime period - a period of overtime play to resolve a tie; e.g. basketball
tiebreaker - overtime play in order to break a tie; e.g. tennis and soccer
sudden death - (sports) overtime in which play is stopped as soon as one contestant scores; e.g. football and golf
regulation time - (sports) the normal prescribed duration of a game; "the game was finished in regulation time"
Adv.1.overtime - beyond the regular time; "she often has to work overtime"
Translations
ساعات عَمَل إضافِيَّهوَقْتٌ إضَافِيٌّ
přesčas
overtidoverarbejde
ylityöylityöt
prekovremeno
túlóra
yfirvinna
超過勤務
초과 근무 시간
viršvalandžiai
virsstundas
nadčas
nadurno delo
övertid
ล่วงเวลา
giờ làm thêm

overtime

[ˈəʊvətaɪm]
A. N
1. (Ind) → horas fpl extra(s)
to do/work overtimehacer/trabajar horas extra(s)
we shall have to work overtime to catch up (fig) → tendremos que esforzarnos al máximo para recuperar lo que hemos perdido
your imagination has been working overtime!¡tienes una imaginación demasiado activa!
2. (US) (Sport) → prórroga f, tiempo m suplementario
B. CPD overtime ban Nprohibición f de horas extra(s)
overtime pay Npago m de horas extra(s)

overtime

[ˈəʊvərtaɪm] n
heures fpl supplémentaires
to do overtime → faire des heures supplémentaires
to work overtime → faire des heures supplémentaires
He would work overtime, without pay, to finish a job → Il faisait des heures supplémentaires non payées pour finir un travail.
to work overtime to do sth (fig) (= make a great effort) → mettre les bouchées doubles pour faire qch
We worked overtime to stay in the match → Nous avons mis les bouchées doubles pour rester dans le match.
(US) (SPORT) (= extra time) → temps m additionnel
in overtime → pendant le temps additionnelovertime ban nrefus m de faire des heures supplémentairesovertime pay nheures fpl supplémentaires

overtime

n
Überstunden pl; I am on overtime or doing overtimeich mache Überstunden; he did four hours’ overtimeer hat vier (Stunden) Überstunden gemacht
(US Sport) → Verlängerung f; we had to play overtimees gab eine Verlängerung
adv to work overtimeÜberstunden machen; my imagination was working overtime (inf)meine Fantasie or Phantasie lief auf Hochtouren (inf); his liver’s been working overtime to keep up with all this alcohol (inf)seine Leber musste sich ganz schön ranhalten (inf)or lief auf Hochtouren (inf), → um all den Alkohol zu verkraften; we shall have to work overtime to regain the advantage we have lost (fig)wir müssen uns mächtig ranhalten, wenn wir den verlorenen Vorsprung wieder wettmachen wollen (inf)
vt (Phot) → überbelichten; the programme planners overtimed the symphonydie Programmgestalter hatten zu viel Zeit für die Sinfonie or Symphonie eingeplant

overtime

:
overtime ban
nÜberstundensperre f
overtime pay
nÜberstundenlohn m
overtime rates
plÜberstundentarif m

overtime

[ˈəʊvəˌtaɪm] n(lavoro) straordinario
to do or work overtime → fare lo straordinario
your imagination has been working overtime! (fam) → corri un po' troppo con la fantasia!

overtime

(ˈəuvətaim) noun
time spent in working beyond one's set number of hours etc. He did five hours' overtime this week.

overtime

وَقْتٌ إضَافِيٌّ přesčas overtid Überstunden υπερωρία horas extras ylityöt heures supplémentaires prekovremeno straordinario 超過勤務 초과 근무 시간 overuren overtid nadgodziny hora extra сверхурочное время övertid ล่วงเวลา fazla mesai giờ làm thêm 超时

overtime

n. tiempo suplementario; horas extras de trabajo.
References in classic literature ?
They were both of them jovial about the cold in winter and the heat in summer, always ready to work overtime and to meet emergencies.
Trimming beef off the bones by the hundred-weight, while standing up from early morning till late at night, with heavy boots on and the floor always damp and full of puddles, liable to be thrown out of work indefinitely because of a slackening in the trade, liable again to be kept overtime in rush seasons, and be worked till she trembled in every nerve and lost her grip on her slimy knife, and gave herself a poisoned wound--that was the new life that unfolded itself before Marija.
The contents of the prospector set their imagina-tions to working overtime, so that they craved to own, themselves, the knowledge which had made it possible for other men to create and build the things which you brought back from the outer world.
You never turned me down, never passed me out a reward-of-unmerit rejection slip, never complained about working overtime.
I was working a twelve-to thirteen-hour day, and I wasn't being paid overtime as in the cannery.
I hope so,' returned Madame Mantalini; 'our hours are from nine to nine, with extra work when we're very full of business, for which I allow payment as overtime.
He was not given to exacting overtime, this direttore, whose only fault was his servile subjection to our common boss.
She worked on steadily at the laundry, even doing more overtime than usual, and all her free waking hours were devoted to preparations for the great change and to Billy.
Many days went beyond the standard work hours, with absolutely no overtime benefits.
Figures have revealed the overtime bill for Wales' four forces is rocketing - rising by PS4.
The largest amount of overtime exceeding the statutory 40 hours per week or eight hours per day norm was reported by medical workers.
In January former Health Minister Petros Petrides made clear that the health ministry could not allocate more for overtime, telling the doctor's union to submit requests for more money to the finance ministry.