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Go into overdrive


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Go into overdrive - When you do something with full energy, and show full excitement to do it, and give special efforts for its success, we say that you have gone into overdrive. Overdrive itself is the word which defines hard work and energy.



Sample Usage

1. He has gone into overdrive to win the contest, working so many hours a day.
2. I think I should now go into overdrive to complete the project.
3. The media had gone into overdrive to capture Hotel Taj during the attacks.


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