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1. Overtax definition is - to tax (someone or something) too heavily or beyond what is due

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2. How to use Overtax in a sentence.

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3. See synonyms for: Overtax / Overtaxed / Overtaxing on Thesaurus.com verb (used with object) to tax too heavily

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4. Overtax verb [T] (DIFFICULTY) to cause to feel tired or confused as a result of doing too much or doing something too difficult: Remember you've been ill, and don't Overtax your self

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5. Find 320 ways to say Overtax, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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6. What does Overtax mean? To subject to an excessive burden or strain

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7. Definition of Overtax in the Definitions.net dictionary

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8. What does Overtax mean? Information and translations of Overtax in the most comprehensive …

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9. Definition of Overtax tax excessively; "Don't Overtax my constituents!" Thanks for visiting The Crossword Solver

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10. ‘But the fact that there were no credits applying meant they were often Overtaxed compared with people taxed at 33 percent.’ ‘There is a theory in Economics called the Philips curve, which states that, if you Overtax a nation beyond a certain point, the actual tax revenue will decline, as taxpayers will build up a resistance and compliance will decline rapidly.’

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11. See authoritative translations of Overtax in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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12. Crossword Clue The crossword clue Overtax with 6 letters was last seen on the September 21, 2020.We think the likely answer to this clue is STRAIN.Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank

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15. Overtax somebody/something/yourself to do more than you are able or want to do; to make somebody/something do more than they are able or want to do

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16. To Overtax your strength; Take it easy

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17. Overtax somebody/something to make a person or an organization pay too much tax; See Overtax in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

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18. (1) do athletes Overtax their hearts? (2) But all of them either Overtax the processing power of the servers at the gambling sites or jam up pipelines

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19. (3) I note that you mercifully didn't choose to Overtax our abilities by describing this power rating as ÔÇÿfour 50-watt domestic lightbulbsÔÇÖ.

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20. Overtax - WordReference thesaurus: synonyms, discussion and more

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21. Top 8 Ways We Overtax Our Hearts

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22. Verb If you Overtax someone or something, you force them to work harder than they can really manage, and may do them harm as a result.a contralto who has Overtaxed her voice.

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23. Definition of Overtax written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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24. Synonyms for Overtax include strain, overload, exhaust, overstrain, burden, load, overstretch, overburden, overextend and overwork

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25. It is therefore disturbing for the government to Overtax businesses that operate in selected sectors of the economy whilst the vast majority of informal businesses continue to …

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26. Find 320 ways to say Overtax, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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27. Definition of Overtax verb in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

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28. (1) do athletes Overtax their hearts? (2) But all of them either Overtax the processing power of the servers at the gambling sites or jam up pipelines

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29. (3) I note that you mercifully didn't choose to Overtax our abilities by describing this power rating as ÔÇÿfour 50-watt domestic lightbulbsÔÇÖ.

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30. (1) do athletes Overtax their hearts? (2) But all of them either Overtax the processing power of the servers at the gambling sites or jam up pipelines

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31. (3) I note that you mercifully didn't choose to Overtax our abilities by describing this power rating as ÔÇÿfour 50-watt domestic lightbulbsÔÇÖ.

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32. What does Overtax mean? Proper usage and audio pronunciation (plus IPA phonetic transcription) of the word Overtax

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33. Information about Overtax in the AudioEnglish.org dictionary, synonyms and antonyms

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34. Local residents appealed, noting that parts of the area are prone to landslides, that the development would harm sensitive aquatic areas, and that a building binge would Overtax roads, schools and police services.

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35. Overtax: To subject to an excessive burden or strain

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36. The worst-hit utility, Sempra Energy's San Diego Gas & Electric Co., asked customers to conserve power throughout the weekend so as not to Overtax a still-fragile system.

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37. Overtax: 1 v tax excessively “Don't Overtax my constituents!” Type of: tax levy a tax on

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38. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Tax Overtax o‧ver‧tax / ˌəʊvəˈtæks $ ˌoʊvər-/ verb [transitive] 1 WORK HARD to make someone do more than they are really able to do, so that they become very tired Overtax yourself Be careful you don’t Overtax yourself

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39. They want to avoid a dramatic alpine peak that will Overtax hospitals

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40. Overtax (third-person singular simple present Overtaxes, present participle Overtaxing, simple past and past participle Overtaxed) To tax to an excessive degree; To overburden

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41. Overtax vt [+service, system] mettre à trop rude épreuve → The Overtaxed system began to crumble

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42. To Overtax one's strength abuser de ses forces → They push themselves far too hard and Overtax

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43. It wants Sound Transit to be able to continue to overvalue our vehicles so that they can Overtax us and pocket our money

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44. Definition and synonyms of Overtax from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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45. This is the British English definition of Overtax.View American English definition of Overtax.

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46. "No new taxes." I will not support any grandiose plans to Overtax our senior citizens.

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47. A fire involving even a modest number of idle pallets inside a building can rapidly Overtax a fire sprinkler system

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48. Synonyms for Overtax in Free Thesaurus

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49. Overtax agawa in all the lands which stretch from Gades even to the region of the Dawn and the Ganges, there are few who are able, by removing the mist of error, to distinguish between what is really good and what is widely diverse (Juvenal) العدالة white-lined antbird asymptote organisation of professions impeccable leva kaligrafi

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50. Overtax translation in English - Italian Reverso dictionary, see also 'overt',overstay',overtake',over', examples, definition, conjugation

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51. What is more, we should never Overtax employees and consumers, either directly or indirectly, for they make a considerable contribution to growth

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OVERTAX [ˌōvərˈtaks]

VERB
overtax (verb) · overtaxes (third person present) · overtaxed (past tense) · overtaxed (past participle) · overtaxing (present participle) · over-tax (verb) · over-taxes (third person present) · over-taxed (past tense) · over-taxed (past participle) · over-taxing (present participle)

  • require (a person or company) to pay too much tax.
Synonyms: weaken . enfeeble . debilitate . enervate . sap . drain . tax . wash out . overtire . exhaust . weary . tire . fatigue . jade . wear out . prostrate . undermine . impair . indispose . incapacitate . cripple . disable . paralyze . immobilize . torpefy . strengthen . reinforce .
  • make excessive demands on (a person's strength, abilities, etc.).
Synonyms: strain . stretch . overwork . overuse . deluge . swamp . oversupply . overwhelm . clog . snow under . beset .