Definitions for overcrowdˌoʊ vərˈkraʊd

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

o•ver•crowdˌoʊ vərˈkraʊd(v.t.; v.i.)

  1. to crowd to an uncomfortable or undesirable excess.

Origin of overcrowd:

1760–70

Princeton's WordNet

  1. overcrowd(verb)

    cause to crowd together too much

    "The students overcrowded the cafeteria"

  2. overcrowd(verb)

    crowd together too much

Wiktionary

  1. overcrowd(Verb)

    To fill beyond desired limits, with people, animals, objects or information.

  2. Origin: From over + crowd.

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