Definition of 'overgrown'
Example sentences containing 'overgrown'
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There was a considerable Gothic charm, although in places, everything seemed overgrown, the undergrowth rampant. A SEASON IN HELL (2004)The projecting ears were tufted, and the eyebrows bristled with greying unclipped hairs, forming an overgrown ridge above the eyes. MAN'S LOVING FAMILY (2004)
Trends of 'overgrown'
Used Occasionally. overgrown is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'overgrown'
British English: overgrown ADJECTIVE
If a garden or other place is overgrown, it is covered with a lot of untidy plants because it has not been looked after.
We hurried on until we reached a courtyard overgrown with weeds.
- American English: overgrown
- Brazilian Portuguese: coberto de vegetação
- Chinese: > 漫生的无人照料而野草
- European Spanish: cubierto de
- French: envahi par la végétation
- German: überwuchert
- Italian: invaso dalla vegetazione
- Japanese: 茂りすぎた
- Korean: > 웃자란작물이
- European Portuguese: coberto de vegetação
- Spanish: cubierto de
Definition of overgrown from the Collins English Dictionary
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