overtalk

overtalk

(ˌəʊvəˈtɔːk)
vb (intr)
to talk excessively
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But he is not entirely wrong as there is a tendency to overtalk to stress a point in many of these meetings.
"She doesn't want to overtalk things," said Steve Schale, who ran President Barack Obama's 2008 Florida campaign.
The researchers noted that these factors increased over time and that teacher overtalk and interruption caused disjuncture and limited the group's ability to keep the conversation going.
When teaching, they undertalk rather than overtalk. It simplifies appropriately to the language proficiency of the student rather than complicates.
For instance, sometimes a staff member might miss key timesavers the program offers, or he or she might "overtalk" on calls.