go overboard on/with

Saki6

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go overboard informal
: to do something in a way that is excessive or extreme : to do too much of something
- Don't go overboard on/with the spices. [=do not add too many spices]
- She went overboard with the decorations.

Is it correct to say "She went overboard on the decorations"?
 
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Raymott

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Yes, it's acceptable.
 

andrewg927

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It's perfect.
 
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