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What is the difference between exhaust and overdo?

exhaust | overdo |


As verbs the difference between exhaust and overdo

is that exhaust is to draw or let out wholly; to drain off completely; as, to exhaust the water of a well; the moisture of the earth is exhausted by evaporation while overdo is to do too much; to exceed what is proper or true in doing; to exaggerate; to carry too far.

As a noun exhaust

is a system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged; see also exhaust system.

As a adjective exhaust

is (obsolete) exhausted; used up.

What is the difference between fatigue and overdo?

fatigue | overdo |


As verbs the difference between fatigue and overdo

is that fatigue is to tire or make weary by physical or mental exertion while overdo is to do too much; to exceed what is proper or true in doing; to exaggerate; to carry too far.

As a noun fatigue

is a weariness caused by exertion; exhaustion.

What is the difference between overtax and overdo?

overtax | overdo |


As verbs the difference between overtax and overdo

is that overtax is to tax to an excessive degree while overdo is to do too much; to exceed what is proper or true in doing; to exaggerate; to carry too far.

What is the difference between overtask and overdo?

overtask | overdo |


As verbs the difference between overtask and overdo

is that overtask is to task too heavily, to give someone or something to many tasks; overburden while overdo is to do too much; to exceed what is proper or true in doing; to exaggerate; to carry too far.

What is the difference between overdo and do?

overdo | do | Derived terms |

Overdo is a derived term of do.


As verbs the difference between overdo and do

is that overdo is to do too much; to exceed what is proper or true in doing; to exaggerate; to carry too far while do is (auxiliary).

As a noun do is

(colloquial) a party, celebration, social function or do can be (music) a syllable used in to represent the first and eighth tonic of a major scale.

As a adverb do is

(rare) (ditto).

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