All Noun Adverb
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  • Info Overtime is the amount of time someone works beyond normal working hours.
  • Much like the first game between the two teams, the championship went into double overtime.
  • His semi-final match went two overtimes before he was again awarded the decision.
  • He led another drive for the game-winning field goal in overtime.
  • This game became famous as the first overtime game in league history.
  • The overtime field goal was the 19th game-winning field goal of his career.
  • Just as the previous year's game had gone into overtime, so did this one.
  • Two points were awarded for a win and one point for an overtime defeat.
  • These women typically worked twelve-hour days; six days a week, with significant overtime expected.
  • It can also help provide staff cover outside normal working hours and reduce the need for overtime.
  • When no one scored in overtime, the game ended in a draw.
  • He also tied a league record with four goals in overtime over the course of the season.
  • For information on games that have taken a long time under sudden death, see Overtime.
  • Five minutes of four-on-four sudden-death overtime are played, with the first goal winning the game.
  • If the score remains tied after both teams have completed a series, a second overtime begins.
  • At the tournament, his quarter-final match went to three overtimes before he was awarded the decision.
  • He scored the overtime winning goal in the fifth game of the final against Boston.
  • Overtime periods are five minutes in length except for high school which is four minutes in length.
  • Cleveland even won two games in overtime and another in the fourth quarter.
  • In the event of another tie, a second overtime period may be played.
  • But significant overtime is usually the result of a high volume in new orders using up the eight-hour day.
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Synonyms of overtime

Meaning of overtime

  • noun Work done in addition to regular working hours
  • noun Playing time beyond regulation, to break a tie
  • adverb Beyond the regular time
    she often has to work overtime