Examples of overtime in a Sentence
I worked two hours of overtime last week.
He was doing a lot of overtime to save for his vacation.
How much did you earn last month in overtime?
The game went into overtime.
They lost the game in overtime.
Recent Examples of overtime from the Web
Not surprisingly, two of the three largest U.S. TV audiences for the last World Cup involved the U.S. The other was the final, Germany’s 1-0 overtime win against Argentina, which drew the biggest soccer audience ever on U.S. television.
Notre Dame's defense doesn't resemble the clown show that gave up 50 points to Texas (in double overtime), 38 to Duke and 36 to Michigan State last year.
Sam Darnold kept up, going 28-for-49 for 397 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions in a thrilling double-overtime win against Texas.
Tom Brady, the Champion In February’s Super Bowl, Tom Brady turned in the defining performance of what may be the greatest quarterback career of all time, leading the New England Patriots back from a 28-3 deficit to an overtime win.
There's a mom, Donna, played by Erinn Hayes, who is way out of Kevin's league and works overtime to support her husband's boredom.
Olympian is also 1-1, defeating Santa Fe Christian in double overtime, then losing to Grossmont.
Next for the Frogs is an 11 a.m. Saturday game at Kansas State, a preseason Top 25 team that is no longer ranked, and is coming off a double-overtime loss at Texas.
In overtime the momentum carried over as two corners were forced, giving the Patriots the upper hand.
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First Known Use of overtime
OVERTIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overtime for English Language Learners
: time spent working at your job that is in addition to your normal working hours
: the money paid for work that is done in addition to your normal working hours
: extra time added to a game when the score is tied at the end of the normal playing time
OVERTIME Defined for Kids
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