o·ver·play (ō′vər-plā′) v. o·ver·played, o·ver·play·ing, o·ver·plays v.tr. 1. a. To present (a dramatic role, for example) in an exaggerated manner. b. To emphasize or stress unduly. 2. To overestimate the strength of (one's holding or position) with resulting defeat: overplayed his hand and lost the game. 3. …

Overplay | Definition of Overplay at Dictionary.com Overplay definition, to exaggerate or overemphasize (one's role in a play, an emotion, an effect, etc.): The young actor overplayed Hamlet shamelessly. The director of … overplay | meaning of overplay in Longman Dictionary of From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English overplay o‧ver‧play / ˌəʊvəˈpleɪ $ ˌoʊvər-/ verb [transitive] 1 IMPORTANT to make something seem more important than it is OPP underplay His role in the group’s success has been overplayed. 2 → overplay your hand → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus overplay • Amelia

5 songs from The Foreign Characters' latest recording. This short EP was released by the band in September 2011. Garage Rock with 60's psychedelic influences. All the songs were composed by Jorge Arroyo and arranged by The Foreign Characters.

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overplay your hand v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (overestimate your advantage) tentar a la suerte expr expresión : Expresiones idiomáticas, dichos, refranes y frases hechas de tres o más palabras ("Dios nos libre", "a lo hecho, pecho").

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