In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1reaccionar de forma exageradaI didn't tell him because I knew he'd overreact — no se lo dije porque sabía que iba a hacer un drama
- to overreact to sth
- I overreacted to her insults — mi reacción frente a sus insultos fue exagerada
- You are so sensitive about the age difference that you overreact to every action on his part as an actual or potential sign of rejection.
- Or perhaps it was merely his imagination overreacting: he was feeling thoroughly exhausted.
- That said anyone who has been investing for a little while knows that the market often overreacts to bad news and this can provide good opportunities.
- The inferences made by the psychologists in your report suggest she is insecure or unsure of herself which is why she overreacts so much.
- But that fact didn't prevent people from overreacting to the hype - even within our own company.
- The court noted that one defense psychiatrist had testified that the plaintiff was overly sensitive and may have overreacted to events on the job.
- Don't overreact to every bad grade or negative encounter your child has.
- A parent might even reply that the child is being silly, stupid, or overreacting for what they are thinking and feeling.
- Like so many emotions, anger is important to respond to but not overreact to!
- We had a huge argument over something, and I overreacted, causing him to overreact.
- He overreacts, jumps up, screams and heads for the door.
- Others find this more difficult - they may become withdrawn emotionally, or completely overreact to events.
- His weakness is that he sometimes overreacts to public criticism.
- The political culture may be overreacting, but it's overreacting to something.
- But I am not exaggerating things, and I am not overreacting to her.
- Before deciding how to meet this threat, check the soundness of your grapevine to make sure you're not overreacting to rumors.
- Confused and angry, the government overreacted in its response.
- If you haven't noticed, Heather overreacts, a lot.
- The emotions are so overwhelming that you tend to overreact.
- While there is no way to fully avoid overreacting, understanding the emotional factor will help keep fear in check.
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