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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overheat.


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  • We must find the right balance between the excessive or abnormal use of our body which "overheats" its motor, and the lack of use that makes it rust.

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  • Your order is wrong, you must be from Soviet Russia ... first, they get attacked and their main campus "overheats".

  • He likes to claim his brain works like a computer, if it overheats too much it shuts down.

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  • Overheating can occur if temperature controls, which are designed to shut off the fryer if the oil overheats, are defective, or if the appliance has no temperature controls.

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  • When a wire shorts or overheats the insulation melts and you get a 'burning rubber' kind of odor, with an extra sharp shot of ozone.

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  • In the car care kit should be the following – motor oil (both winter and summer oil), windshield washer fluid, antifreeze/coolant, 4L jugs of water (at least two – for the radiator if it overheats), funnels for the fluids (have at least two – one for oils, and one for windshield fluid), and a flashlight.

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  • If water is not resupplied, which apparently was the case at unit 4, the water levels decline, the fuel is uncovered and it overheats, leading to a hydrogen explosion.

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  • It can be any event in which the core overheats and damages the apparatus.

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  • I don't like rubber for the exact reason you mentioned, it overheats you because the heat has no where to escape to.


  • Unable to reproduce, overheats easily but has many unknown talents.

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