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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoverdrawno‧ver‧drawn /ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn $ ˌoʊvərˈdrɒːn/ adjective [not before noun]  DCCif you are overdrawn or if your bank account is overdrawn, you have spent more than you had in your account and so you owe the bank money I try not to go overdrawn if possible.overdrawn by My account is overdrawn by £300.
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overdrawnPlease remember though to ask us before going overdrawn.This resulted in bank charges which, in turn, led to the account itself becoming overdrawn.I have been charged twice in one month for one small overdrawn amount.The Gold Cheque Account provides preferential interest rates on both credit and overdrawn balances.Lord Alexander is against the Government's policy of a spending-led recovery and accused overdrawn customers of behaving like thieves.If you are overdrawn, there's a $25 fee to pay.overdrawn byThe account was overdrawn by $700.
From Longman Business Dictionaryoverdrawno‧ver‧drawn /ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn◂ˌoʊvərˈdrɒːn◂/ adjective be/go overdrawnBANKING to be in or to get into a situation where you owe the bank money on an overdraftYou are entitled to free banking, even when your account is overdrawn.overdraw verb [intransitive, transitive]There’s a monthly usage fee of £6 if you overdraw by more than £50.
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