1. to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth;
We shouldn't overstate our past achievements.
We must neither ignore our problems nor overstate them.
Their report rather overstate.
Don't overstate your case.
In some countries, notably China, official estimates overstate the likely fiscal stimulus.
She was anxious to overstate her real social status.
Present a positive and confident picture of yourself, but don't overstate your case.
The company says the sensor could overstate the amount of gasoline in the tank.
Shaking firmly to write when being homesick one may overstate careing of what continuously.
It is hard to overstate the magnitude of the turnaround.
Don't overstate your case or no one will believe you.
It is possible to overstate the benefits of stabilization.
The importance of fair value accounting to responsible systemic risk management is hard to overstate.
The numbers, however, rather overstate the improvement.
Van Gogh's landscape painting , color overstate very and to be very peculiars.
But to overstate the importance of marketing, since it a business to its customers.
But why does the CPI overstate actual inflation?
He tends to overstate his case when talking politics.
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