overstrain

[n] - too much strain 2. [v] - strain excessively 3. [v] - overstrain oneself
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Overstrain

The condition of a structural material which has been stressed past the yield point. Materials can be annealed - given a form of heat treatment - to remove the effects of overstrain.
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Overstrain

O`verĀ·strain' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Overstrained ; present participle & verbal noun Overstraining .] To strain one's self to excess. Dryden.
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Overstrain

O`verĀ·strain' transitive verb To stretch or strain too much; as to overstrain one's nerves. Ayliffe.
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overstrain

noun too much strain
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Overstrain

• (v. i.) To strain one`s self to excess. • (v. t.) To stretch or strain too much; as to overstrain one`s nerves.
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