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overeat in Nutrition topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishovereato‧ver‧eat /ˌəʊvərˈiːt $ ˌoʊ-/ verb (past tense overate /-ˈet, -ˈeɪt $ -ˈeɪt/, past participle overeaten /-ˈiːtn/) [intransitive]  DFNEATto eat too much, or eat more than is healthy→ See Verb table
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overeatYou need to watch your weight - have you been overeating?For others, it might mean therapy to root out the underlying causes of overeating.Most other Western countries are overeating, and the developing countries are fast catching up.Apart from over-sleepiness, symptoms include: lethargy, overeating, depression, social problems and loss of libido.A woman who overeats during pregnancy can cause health problems for her child.And if we overate on any one of them then any surplus energy would end up by making us fat.And one night, as we groan from overeating, she offers to teach me the pleasures of a fast.What made people overeat, she said, was insecurity and immaturity.You overeat, smoke, drink, bite your nails etc.He looked at Angelina and overate, the right side of his. face ballooned like a heavyweight squirrel.Some people can overeat without putting on much weight.