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overstudy

[ verb oh-ver-stuhd-ee; noun oh-ver-stuhd-ee ]
/ verb 藢o蕣 v蓹r藞st蕦d i; noun 藞o蕣 v蓹r藢st蕦d i /
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verb (used with or without object), o路ver路stud路ied, o路ver路stud路y路ing.
to study too much or too hard (sometimes used reflexively): to overstudy a letter for hidden meanings; to overstudy to the point of exhaustion; to overstudy oneself and forget half of what has been read.
noun
excessive study.
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Origin of overstudy

First recorded in 1635鈥45; over- + study
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