Meaning of overtire in English:

overtire

Pronunciation /əʊvəˈtʌɪə/

verb

[with object]
  • Exhaust (someone)

    ‘walk at a pace that does not overtire you’
    • ‘I visited her every day for at least a few hours each time, being careful not to overtire her.’
    • ‘A 10-or 15-minute visit may seem short to you, but longer than that can overtire a patient, even when he seems to relish a long chat.’
    • ‘The brunette hovered around her like a mother hen, watching carefully to ensure that she did not overtire herself, while the blonde hung back.’
    • ‘Instead of cleaning the house in a single day, spread the chores across several days to prevent the person from becoming overtired.’
    tired, tired out, worn out, exhausted, fatigued, overtired, sleepy, drowsy, wearied, sapped, dog-tired, spent, drained, jet-lagged, played out, debilitated, prostrate, enervated, jaded, low
    tire, tire out, fatigue, wear out, overtire, exhaust, drain, sap, wash out, tax, overtax, enervate, debilitate, enfeeble, jade, incapacitate, devitalize, prostrate