overconsume

overconsume

(ˌəʊvəkənˈsjuːm)
vb (intr)
to consume too much

overconsume


Past participle: overconsumed
Gerund: overconsuming

Imperative
overconsume
overconsume
Present
I overconsume
you overconsume
he/she/it overconsumes
we overconsume
you overconsume
they overconsume
Preterite
I overconsumed
you overconsumed
he/she/it overconsumed
we overconsumed
you overconsumed
they overconsumed
Present Continuous
I am overconsuming
you are overconsuming
he/she/it is overconsuming
we are overconsuming
you are overconsuming
they are overconsuming
Present Perfect
I have overconsumed
you have overconsumed
he/she/it has overconsumed
we have overconsumed
you have overconsumed
they have overconsumed
Past Continuous
I was overconsuming
you were overconsuming
he/she/it was overconsuming
we were overconsuming
you were overconsuming
they were overconsuming
Past Perfect
I had overconsumed
you had overconsumed
he/she/it had overconsumed
we had overconsumed
you had overconsumed
they had overconsumed
Future
I will overconsume
you will overconsume
he/she/it will overconsume
we will overconsume
you will overconsume
they will overconsume
Future Perfect
I will have overconsumed
you will have overconsumed
he/she/it will have overconsumed
we will have overconsumed
you will have overconsumed
they will have overconsumed
Future Continuous
I will be overconsuming
you will be overconsuming
he/she/it will be overconsuming
we will be overconsuming
you will be overconsuming
they will be overconsuming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been overconsuming
you have been overconsuming
he/she/it has been overconsuming
we have been overconsuming
you have been overconsuming
they have been overconsuming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been overconsuming
you will have been overconsuming
he/she/it will have been overconsuming
we will have been overconsuming
you will have been overconsuming
they will have been overconsuming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been overconsuming
you had been overconsuming
he/she/it had been overconsuming
we had been overconsuming
you had been overconsuming
they had been overconsuming
Conditional
I would overconsume
you would overconsume
he/she/it would overconsume
we would overconsume
you would overconsume
they would overconsume
Past Conditional
I would have overconsumed
you would have overconsumed
he/she/it would have overconsumed
we would have overconsumed
you would have overconsumed
they would have overconsumed
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'If something is underpriced, wouldn't you most likely overconsume it?
While necessary in moderate amounts, most Americans overconsume omega-6-rich foods, while they underconsume foods that provide EPA and DHA.
He says these highly-palatablefoods are easy to overconsume and can wreak havoc on the body's digestive system, leading to vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, and stomach pain, as well as unintentional weight gain.