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overdone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Cooking
overdoneo‧ver‧done /ˌəʊvəˈdʌn◂ $ ˌoʊvər-/ adjective  DFCcooked too much opp underdone The beef was overdone.
Examples from the Corpus
overdoneAs usual, the fish was overdone.His use of humour was good, and not overdone.Nationalism is out of fashion - except on playing fields and running tracks, where it is overdone.Some of his expressions of outrage were a little overdone.There are, however, at least three good reasons to believe that the gloom over jobs is overdone.This talk about a crisis of confidence in the City is overdone.However, with the negligible stick forces of the K6E, he must have rather overdone forward movement.He watched silently and impassively, chewing his overdone steak, and retrieving his cigarette from the ashtray between courses.
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