Examples of overheat in a Sentence
I overheated the food in the microwave.
Be careful not to overheat the engine.
Recent Examples of overheat from the Web
That allows the chip to keep its speed high if an app is using multiple cores but not so intensely that the chip could overheat—a common situation with video game apps.
Ofsevit is delighted that the forecast for Marathon Monday calls for unseasonably cold temperatures and rain-- lessening the risk of overheating.
The Pros Suggest a Kold-Draft Cocktail Planners, photographers, and bartenders share their favorite anti-overheating devices.
The problem with the Priuses, which affects models years 2010 to 2014, is that the car's inverter could overheat.
Amazon has announced a recall of 260,000 AmazonBasics portable lithium-ion battery chargers and power banks after learning that the units can overheat and ignite causing fire and burn hazards.
About 104,000 Double Insight slow cookers are being recalled nationwide after reports the appliances can overheat and pose a fire hazard.
The main worry is that the economy might overheat and the Federal Reserve might make a mistake and raise rates too quickly, but none of that has happened yet.
Many cars won’t make it to the finish line; engines will overheat, tires will fail, and crashes will cause more damage than teams have time to repair fully.
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OVERHEAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overheat for English Language Learners
: to become too hot
: to cause (something) to become too hot
OVERHEAT Defined for Kids
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