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Verb
/ˈōvərˌdōs/,
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overdoses, plural;
  1. Take an overdose of a drug
    • - he was admitted to the hospital after overdosing on cocaine
  2. Give an overdose to

Noun
  1. An excessive and dangerous dose of a drug
    • - she took an overdose the day her husband left

  1. dose too heavily; "The rock star overdosed and was found dead in his hotel room"
  2. The term drug overdose (or simply overdose or OD) describes the ingestion or application of a drug or other substance in quantities that are excessive. An overdose is widely considered harmful and dangerous as it can result in death.
  3. Overdose (foaled 2 April 2005 in Nottinghamshire, Great Britain) is a Hungarian Thoroughbred racehorse. As of August 2010, he won all but one of his 15 races.
  4. Overdose is a Yahoo! Chat client written in C, and using the curses library for text I/O. It is multithreaded using pthreads, and works on Linux/BSD/Unix and Windows.
  5. Let There Be Rock is the fourth studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC, released in March 1977. All songs were written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Bon Scott.
  6. The Overdose is the fourth album released by rap group, 11/5. It was released on November 2, 1999 for Dog Day and featured production from T.C., The Enhancer, Mr. Laid, Chill Black and Sean T. This was the groups first studio album to not make it on any charts.
  7. (Overdosing (album)) Overdosing is the name of the first release by electro-industrial duo Decoded Feedback. It was the first to gain wide attention, and was originally released by Hard Records in Europe and Cleopatra Records in North America. It was later re-released by Dying Culture records.
  8. The condition that results when too much of a drug is taken, making a person sick or unconscious and sometimes resulting in death.
  9. An amount of drug that is more than what should be taken at one time.
  10. a dose, which is considerably higher than the effective one, and very near to the toxic one
  11. The state produced when taking more of a drug than the body can tolerate. Symptoms may include loss of consciousness, coma or even death.
  12. amounts over the prescribed or indicated doses that produce damaging effects.
  13. The inadvertent or deliberate consumption of a dose much larger than that either habitually used by the individual or ordinarily used for treatment of an illness, and likely to result in a serious toxic reaction or death.
  14. Any substance taken in excess such as drugs.
  15. Strictly, an overdose is taking more than the suggested dose, whether of a medical drug or otherwise. So taking more than two paracetamol within the set time-frame would be an overdose. More usually, the term is used when there is an associated risk to health or even life. ...
  16. When a quantity greater than the recommended dose is taken and yields negative results.
  17. Going over the recommended level or dosage of a drug or medication.
  18. When a chemical substance is taken in quantities or concentrations that are large enough to overwhelm the body, causing life-threatening illness or death.
  19. The result of ingesting too much of a sub-stance such as a drug either in one dose or over the course of time. Symptoms of drug overdose vary with the type of drug taken, and may include severe drowsiness or unconsciousness.
  20. Main article: Aspirin poisoning Aspirin overdose can be acute or chronic. In acute poisoning, a single large dose is taken; in chronic poisoning, higher than normal doses are taken over a period of time. Acute overdose has a mortality rate of 2%. ...
  21. (in  human disease: Drugs)
  22. Is the use of any drug in such quantities that acute adverse physical or mental effects occur. It can be deliberate or accidental; lethal or non-lethal
  23. Taking too much of a medication than prescribed.
  24. of this drug causes liver damage with symptoms that include loss of appetite, tiredness, nausea and vomiting, paleness, and sweating.