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Definition of 'overeat'

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Everyone in the room suffers with compulsive overeating and all have come for help. The Sun (2013)Previous research has shown that overeating foods that taste good alters brain reward systems. Times, Sunday Times (2013)When fat people say that they cannot help overeating, they may be right. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A diet full of junk food, overeating and high amounts of caffeine was making him stressed out and miserable. The Sun (2015)I could wallow in sadness and destroy my body through bad food and overeating, or treat our separation as an opportunity for a new beginning. The Sun (2016)For years I filled that gap with food, overeating for comfort. The Sun (2012)

Synonyms of 'overeat'

gorge, binge, drink or eat too much, guzzle

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Used Rarely. overeat is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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Translations for 'overeat'

British English: overeat VERB
If you say that someone overeats, you mean they eat more than they need to or more than is healthy.
Some people tend to overeat because of depression.
  • American English: overeat
  • Brazilian Portuguese: comer em excesso
  • Chinese: 吃得过多
  • European Spanish: comer en exceso
  • French: trop manger
  • German: zu viel essen
  • Italian: mangiare troppo
  • Japanese: 食べ過ぎる
  • Korean: 과식하다
  • European Portuguese: comer em excesso
  • Spanish: comer en exceso

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