Definition of 'overdrawn'
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Example sentences containing 'overdrawn'
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She was badly overdrawn at the bank and there was no way she could afford it, but she bought it anyway. YELLOW BIRDSometimes his account was in balance from one half year to the next, at others it was overdrawn. HIGH STANDShort of money, overdrawn on her pocket money, she had had to close it up; but she remembered some of the questions. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
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Translations for 'overdrawn'
British English: overdrawn /ˌəʊvəˈdrɔːn/ ADJECTIVE
If you are overdrawn or if your bank account is overdrawn, you have spent more money than you have in your account, and so you are in debt to the bank.
His bank sent him a letter saying he was overdrawn.
- American English: overdrawn
- Arabic: حِسَابٌ مَكْشُوف
- Brazilian Portuguese: com saldo negativo
- Chinese: 透支的
- Croatian: u minusu
- Czech: přečerpaný účet
- Danish: overtrukket
- Dutch: over de limiet in bankrekening
- European Spanish: descubierto
- Finnish: ylitetty tili
- French: à découvert
- German: überzogen
- Greek: παρατραβηγμένος
- Italian: scoperto
- Japanese: 当座借越しをした
- Korean: 차월한
- Norwegian: overtrukket
- Polish: o przekroczonym stanie konta
- European Portuguese: com saldo negativo
- Romanian: depășire de limită a contului bancar
- Russian: превышенный
- Spanish: descubierto
- Swedish: övertrasserad
- Thai: ถอนเงินเกิน
- Turkish: hesabından fazla para çekmiş
- Ukrainian: перевищувати ліміт кредиту
- Vietnamese: chi trội
Definition of overdrawn from the Collins English Dictionary
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