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    Overdrawn In

    He is overdrawn in his bank account.
    Would "overdrawn on" be more natural sounding to native speakers?

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    Re: Overdrawn In

    Yes.

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    Re: Overdrawn In

    So, "overdrawn in" is ungrammatical?

    (The example came from the caption of some youtube video of some American new station.)

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