- adj. Being subjected to too much work
“She was consequently, in plain English, overworked, and an overworked woman is always a sad sight, -- sadder a great deal than an overworked man, because she is so much more fertile in capacities of suffering than a man.”
“At times they may be a little overworked, which is why Ingrid can become the teen sleuth, but they clearly like and love their daughter.”
“In the first of the evening they had been obliged to tell the fiddler the names of the dancers, but now he knows them all and throws off his flattering personalities and his overworked rhymes with an impartial rotation and unflagging ardor.”
“I am overworked, that is all; and as my life of privation does not permit me to repair my forces, I have become anaemic; it is not serious.”
“Guards is below commando, above infantry aka overworked infantry, underpaid commandos”
“The force's media team is understood to be about 10-strong, with a source conceding that they have been "overworked" by incessant media interest.”
“The body ends up storing versus using, it misses eliminating toxins, it raises levels of built-in cleaning systems to "overworked" and they try to prioritize to get done what they must, missing key things such as clearing out the digestive tract, removing toxins etc.”
“- And I think that so much of the media that we have is engaged in that kind of overworked idleness, where it pays attention to nothing.”
“Never less than competent but seldom more than terminally dull, it is probably the kind of overworked, underinspired landfill Hopkins had in mind when he used the term ‘Parnassian.’”
“Sometimes you say your paintings are "overworked".”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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