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overheated in Economics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoverheatedo‧ver‧heat‧ed /ˌəʊvəˈhiːtɪd◂ $ ˌoʊvər-/ adjective  1 HOTtoo hot an overheated waiting room2 PEan overheated economy grows too fast, leading to increases in prices, salaries, interest rates etc3 ANGRYtoo full of anger or excitement her overheated imagination
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overheatedThe effect was the unloading of a mountain of stock on to a market which was becoming overheated.The smoke was caused by an overheated air conditioner.an overheated debateIntel Corp is reportedly talking to anyone with cooling technology for its overheated Pentiums.He seemed to have been stuck in this shabby, overheated room for days.In the dry overheated room the skin on my face was flaking.Yet the overheated tone of the book detracts from Lewis' wide-ranging allegations.overheated imaginationIf he had ever existed outside her overheated imagination.