OTHER WORDS FROM overextendo·ver·ex·ten·sion [oh-ver-ik-sten-shuhn], /ˌoʊ vər ɪkˈstɛn ʃən/, noun
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Ergonomic keyboards feature a “split” design, with the keys separated into two sections so you can use them without twisting or overextending your arms, shoulders, or back.
It also showed up in near-self-martyrdom when I’d overextend myself for other people, while also abandoning countless personal projects that were important to me.
The company also works to avoid overextending team members — for example, by not scheduling meetings during the lunch hour or during school drop-offs and pick-ups.How WFH is taking its toll on our physical wellness|Jessica Davies|October 18, 2021|Digiday
It’s historically been held up as a reason that pregnant people should be careful not to overextend their joints, as they’ll be more flexible than usual.