Definition of overfull in English:

overfull

Syllabification: o·ver·full
Pronunciation: /ˌōvərˈfo͝ol
 
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adjective

Containing an excessive amount of something: an overfull cup of tea overfull employment that leads to inflation
More example sentences
  • We make sure there are no broken bottles on the floor and that the bin does not get overfull.
  • ‘Being overfull is not especially a good thing,’ he said.
  • An overfull order book cannot be used to ignore health and safety regulations or an enforcement notice as it suits.

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