Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Overdose"

The meaning of "Overdose" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does he overdosed mean?
A: He/she has drink a lot of a specific medicine too much from his/her prescribed dosage.
Q: What does overdose mean?
A: Medical:
To ingest too much of a drug.
Eg. The patient overdosed on Tylenol.

To be exposed to too much of something.
"I totally overdosed on chocolate yesterday and now I have a toothache."

Overdose is also frequently abbreviated to OD and used as a verb, both in the medical field and informally.
Q: What does I overdose. mean?
A: To have to much of,
E.g. I overdosed on sugar
Q: What does I overdosed mean?
A: You can have an overdose with out dying.
It will either make you very sick, hospitalize you, or kill you.
Q: What does overdose mean?
A: @Ivonne22: das ist zb eine überdosis von Medikamenten also zu viel Medikamenten einnehmen als vorgeschrieben

Example sentences using "Overdose"

Q: Please show me example sentences with overdose.
A: @Ri-na You can overdose on painkillers.

Overdose is a noun and a verb.
Q: Please show me example sentences with overdose.
A: Tom took an overdose of sleeping pills.
He overdosed on heroin.
Jack is in hospital because he took an overdose.
She felt ill after taking an overdose.
Q: Please show me example sentences with overdose.
A: Read the directions so you don't accidentally overdose.
He was rushed to the hospital with a drug overdose.

Synonyms of "Overdose" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I overdose and I wish ?
A: Overdose is to take too much of something.

Wish is to have high hopes for a situation, or to have great aspirations.

"I wish I could fly. That would make seeing the world so easy!"

"I overdose when I take my medicine, so I feel quite sleepy."

Translations of "Overdose"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? overdose
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? overdose
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Other questions about "Overdose"

Q: Be careful to take an overdose of sleeping tablets. Does this sound natural?
A: “be careful not to take an overdose of sleeping pills.”
Q: are overdose and overuse the same except overdoes is more narrow inusage(drug)??
A: @tjstkdn1 “You should stop taking so many pills. You may overdose”

“You should get rid of that computer. It is overused.”
Q: I'm overdose Does this sound natural?
A: You need to use the past participle of "overdose", in this case, which is "overdosed". This is because the sentence is a passive voice.

Example: active voice → passive voice
Our troops defeated the enemy → The enemy was defeated by our troops
The man must have eaten five hamburgers → Five hamburgers must have eaten by the man
Marilyn mailed the letter → The letter was mailed by Marilyn

Typically most sentences are active voice, i.e. We won the prize.
We — subject
won — verb
the prize — object

while a passive voice would be reversed,
The prize — object (now is subject)
was won — verb
by us — subject (now is object)

As for your question, it is actually a passive sentence. It is the same as the above except missing an object (which is fine). However, in English, passive sentence requires the verb to be a past participle.


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