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overdue

past due; deserved but not yet to come: Your reward is far overdue.
Not to be confused with:
overdo – to do to excess: overdo exercise; to take to extremes; to cook too long: overdo the steak

o·ver·due

 (ō′vər-do͞o′, -dyo͞o′)
adj.
1. Being unpaid when due: an overdue bill.
2. Coming or arriving after the scheduled or expected time: an overdue train. See Synonyms at tardy.
3. Expected or required but not yet having come about: an overdue apology.

overdue

(ˌəʊvəˈdjuː)
adj
past the time specified, required, or preferred for arrival, occurrence, payment, etc

o•ver•due

(ˌoʊ vərˈdu, -ˈdyu)

adj.
1. past due, as a delayed train or a bill not paid by the assigned date; late.
2. too long awaited.
3. more than sufficiently advanced or ready.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.overdue - past due; not paid at the scheduled time; "an overdue installment"; "a delinquent account"
due - owed and payable immediately or on demand; "payment is due"

overdue

adjective
1. delayed, belated, late, late in the day, long delayed, behind schedule, tardy, not before time (informal), behind time, unpunctual, behindhand I'll go and pay an overdue visit to my mother.
delayed early, in advance, beforehand, in good time, ahead of time, punctual
2. unpaid, outstanding, owing, due, payable, unsettled a strike aimed at forcing the government to pay overdue salaries

overdue

adjective
Not being on time:
Translations
فَاتَ مَوعِدُ استِحْقَاقِهِمُتأخِّر عن ميعاد اسْتِحقاقِهمُتأخِّر عن ميعاد وُصولِه
zpožděný
for længst forfaldenforfaldenforsinket
myöhästynyt
zakasnio
rég esedékes
á eftir áætlunfallinn í gjalddaga
遅れた
연체된
laiku nesumokėtasneatliktasnegrąžintaspasivėlinęs
laikā nenokārtotsnokavējiesnokavēts
s uplynulou stanovenou lehotou
zakasnelzapadel
förfallen
พ้นกำหนดเวลา
quá hạn

overdue

[ˌəʊvəˈdjuː] ADJ [salary, wages] → atrasado; [bill] → vencido y no pagado; [train, plane] → retrasado, con retraso
the plane was already overdueel avión ya iba retrasado or con retraso
the train is 30 minutes overdueel tren tiene or lleva 30 minutos de retraso
the baby is two weeks overdueel niño tenía que haber nacido hace quince días
her period was overduese le había atrasado la regla
this book is five days overdueel plazo de préstamo de este libro venció hace cinco días
that change was long overdueese cambio tenía que haberse hecho hace tiempo
that coat is long overdue for replacementhace tiempo que tenía que haber reemplazado ese abrigo por uno nuevo

overdue

[ˌəʊvərˈdjuː] adj
[person] → en retard
They're half an hour overdue → Ils sont en retard d'une demi-heure., Ils ont une demi-heure de retard.
[baby] → en retard sur la date prévue (de l'accouchement), qui aurait déjànaître
[bill] → en souffrance; [rent, payment] → en retard
The rent is three weeks overdue → Il y a trois semaines de loyer en retard.
[change, event] to be overdue → se faire attendre
to be long overdue [reform] → n'avoir que trop tardé
That change was long overdue → Ce changement n'avait que trop tardé.
[library book, rented video] → en retard
to be two weeks overdue [library book, rented video] → avoir deux semaines de retard

overdue

[ˌəʊvəˈdjuː] adj (bill, rent) → arretrato/a; (library book) → col prestito scaduto; (train, bus) → in ritardo; (recognition) → tardivo/a (fam) (baby, period) → in ritardo
she's a week overdue (pregnant woman) → è in ritardo di una settimana (sulla data prevista del parto)
this work is 2 days overdue → questo lavoro andava consegnato 2 giorni fa
that change was long overdue → quel cambiamento ci voleva da tempo

overdue

(əuvəˈdjuː) adjective
1. late. The train is overdue.
2. (of bills, work etc) not yet paid, done, delivered etc, although the date for doing this has passed. overdue library books.

overdue

فَاتَ مَوعِدُ استِحْقَاقِهِ zpožděný for længst forfalden überfällig καθυστερημένος vencido myöhästynyt impayé zakasnio scaduto 遅れた 연체된 te laat forfalt zaległy atrasado просроченный förfallen พ้นกำหนดเวลา ödeme günü geçmiş quá hạn 过了期限的

overdue

a. retrasado-a, tardío-a.

overdue

adj You are overdue for your mammogram..Ya ha pasado la fecha para su mamograma.
References in classic literature ?
On some days there appears the heading "Overdue" - an ominous threat of loss and sorrow trembling yet in the balance of fate.
Everybody had given up hope--the Royal William was eight weeks overdue. It was the middle of September and the schoolmaster's bride hadn't come-- never would come, we thought.
Seating myself in a corner of the transept where I could see all and be little seen, I with the rest awaited the coming of the overdue bridegroom.
In his pocket was precisely the room- rent for the following week, the advance payment of which was already three days overdue and clamorously demanded by the hard- faced landlady.
The last steamer in from Honolulu had brought information of the date of the expected sailing of his yacht Toreador, which was now twenty-four hours overdue. Mr.
They had only a few dollars now--they had just paid the rent of the house a week ago, and that after it was two weeks overdue. So it would be due again in a week!
Durdles, whom he had been vainly seeking up and down, as lawful wages overdue. While that gentleman, with his bundle under his arm, slowly found and counted out the money, Mr.
Our second post is now overdue, and I shall be surprised if it does not bring us either a further letter of explanation, or, as is more probable, the very volume to which these figures refer."
Bertrade de Montfort was so long overdue that the Earl and Princess Eleanor, his wife, filled with grave apprehensions, had posted their oldest son off to the castle of John de Stutevill to fetch her home.
Also, he paid the other tradesmen in full, redeemed his suit and his bicycle, paid one month's rent on the type-writer, and paid Maria the overdue month for his room and a month in advance.
But in the vulgar sycophant who now paid court to her, Emmy always remembered the coarse tyrant who had made her miserable many a time, to whom she had been forced to put up petitions for time, when the rent was overdue; who cried out at her extravagance if she bought delicacies for her ailing mother or father; who had seen her humble and trampled upon her.
Such a mind has Mr Eugene Wrayburn, whom Twemlow finds contemplating Tippins with the moodiest of visages, while that playful creature rallies him on being so long overdue at the woolsack.