Definitions for overdue
ˌoʊ vərˈdu, -ˈdyuover·due
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past due; not paid at the scheduled time
"an overdue installment"; "a delinquent account"
Due and more than due; delayed beyond the proper time of arrival, payment, return, etc.; as, an overdue vessel; an overdue note; a book overdue at the library; an overdue payment.
Late; especially, past a deadline or too late to fulfill a need.
Overdue refers to something that has not been done, paid, or fulfilled by the expected time or deadline. It can also refer to something that has been delayed or postponed for too long and should have happened by now.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
ō-vėr-dū′, adj. due beyond the time: unpaid at the right time.
Overdo vs. Overdue -- In this Grammar.com article you will learn the differences between the words Overdo and Overdue.
The numerical value of overdue in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of overdue in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
It may not seem like much, but think of the consequences. One overdue library book today, the collapse of the universe by the end of the week.
I think this is a good move, for both Cubans and Americans. I think it will be a major step forward to bring about more freedom and democracy and more respect for human rights in Cuba as well. it's long overdue.
Fort Hood has long been a source of pride for all Texans, and though long overdue, this is welcome news for the wounded, the families of the fallen, and the entire community who all continue to heal from this unspeakable tragedy.
I think it' s overdue telling this story, I think it's taken 100 years to tell this story, which seems crazy because it is the story of our basic civil rights, all these conversations that are happening about the gender pay gap and woman's rights and woman's issues are overdue as well. It all seems to be coming to a head at the same time, which is fortuitous.
I think this is overdue, and I think other states should jump on board, i'm very frustrated. I take an oath of office, as does every other police officer in this country. I don't just get to pick and choose which laws I enforce.
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