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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overcommunicate.
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If anything, Mr. O'Neal should have "overcommunicated" with his board about Merrill's problems, this person said, but Mr. O'Neal didn't walk the board through the reasons for the write-off's increase as much he should have.
The 21st-century consumer will welcome a handy range of goods and services presifted by a company he trusts, says Rita Clifton of Interbrand: "People living busy, overcommunicated lives aren't going to stay awake all night looking for obscure brands."
They live in an overcommunicated world; they have to be ruthless editors in the war for their attention.
I overcommunicated with both candidates because I understood that if either of them made ... any part of the crisis into a campaign issue to win political popularity, we were dead.