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    • Join Date: Aug 2006
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    Cool over the top

    (1)to go over the top, (2) to do overdrive or to make overdrive or to overdrive ( I'm not sure which one is correct, and (3) to go overboard; do all these three expressions have the same meaning and can be used interchasngeably ? The rough idea that I can have of allthe three expressions is "to overdo something". Am I correct ?

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    Re: over the top

    Click on the words.

    over the top

    overdrive

    overboard

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