vt (3rd person singular present of/tercera persona del presente de -does past tense of/pasado de, -did past participle of/participio pasado de, -done)
- 1 (exaggerate) [hospitality/mannerism/makeup] exagerar, pasarse con [colloquial/familiar] to overdo it, to overdo things ¡no te pases! [colloquial/familiar], ¡no exageres! I meant to shorten it a bit but I rather overdid it quería acortarlo un poco pero se me fue la mano give yourself a rest, you've been overdoing it ooverdoing things lately tómate un descanso, últimamente te has estado exigiendo demasiadoMore example sentences
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- The consensus was that, although water was indeed a lovely thing to have in unlimited supply, we'd rather overdone it.
- Too late, to his chagrin, not to mention embarrassment, he found that he had rather overdone it, and could not get near him.
- Unfortunately, some of these tracks suffer due to some rather overdone production.
- The Doctor is of course off this weekend also and I am continuing in my discussions to try to keep him from overdoing things - he works harder than most and doesn't take to relaxation.
- Mars is a hard-driving taskmaster, so you've probably been overdoing things again recently.
- Barua is an avid tennis player who still takes the game with the exuberance of a youngster, consequently overdoing things at times.
- 2 [Cookery/Cocina] [roast/vegetables] cocinar demasiado, recocer*, dejar pasarMore example sentences
- My halibut was slightly overcooked and came with similarly overdone vegetables, making for an unmemorable experience.
- The tiger prawns were huge and not overdone and the potatoes and vegetables not overcooked.
- The sausages were tangy and unusual, slightly overdone at one end - which I like in a sausage - and tasty.
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The Senado is the name of the upper chamber of the Spanish Cortes Generales, and the place where it meets. There are 250 senators, most of whom are elected every four years, at general elections, four from each province. A small number of senators are also elected by the autonomous governments.