overfeeding


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o·ver·feed

 (ō′vər-fēd′)
tr. & intr.v. o·ver·fed (-fĕd′), o·ver·feed·ing, o·ver·feeds
To feed or eat too often or too much.

overfeeding

(ˌəʊvəˈfiːdɪŋ)
n
the act of feeding too much
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.overfeeding - excessive feeding
alimentation, feeding - the act of supplying food and nourishment
Translations

overfeeding

[ˌəʊvəˈfiːdɪŋ] Nsobrealimentación f

overfeeding

[ˌəʊvəˈfiːdɪŋ] nsovralimentazione f
References in classic literature ?
But they hastened it by overfeeding, bringing the day nearer when underfeeding would commence.
You need a bit of luck, of course, and just try and cover as much as you can, without overfeeding the players.
When overfeeding is combined with underexercise the consequences are pretty obvious.
Overfeeding will increase current spikes and cause jams.
KILLINGWORTH: Residents are asked to share their views on a park which has seen an explosion in the number of wildfowl due to overfeeding.
The majority of obesity cases are related to simple overfeeding, often coupled with a lack of exercise.
This process of deliberate and painful overfeeding continues for up to a month by which time the birds' livers have swelled to 10 times their normal size.
In this study, they confirmed that obesity and overfeeding after surgical ovariectomy together drove aggressive tumour growth and progression.
In very young babies, the commonest cause of posseting is overfeeding.
Resting energy expenditure, total energy expenditure, and body protein did not increase during overfeeding with the low-protein diet.
Finally, excessive overfeeding of liquid to evaporators increases the difficulty associated with returning the unused liquid to the recirculator when the return path involves a vertical riser.
Interestingly, the ability of birds to form fatty liver in response to overfeeding depends not only on the species, but also on the breed of Palmipedes (Hermier et al.