超时, 加班, 延长时间
adv.beyond the regular time
○ she often has to work overtime
n.work done in addition to regular working hours
n.playing time beyond regulation, to break a tie
The executive of the union of mineworkers stumbled into a ban on overtime working, with an inevitable effect on coal production.
I shouldn't see working overtime AS something you have to do.
The stopping of Sunday overtime is already AS good AS a ten per cent wage-cut
Unions regard the government's intention to ban overtime AS the thin end of the wedge.
He jibbed AT working overtime every day
BASIC pay,ie without extras such as overtime payments
However, on some reason, they are in low spirits when working overtime today, as it turns out to BE the Mid-Autumn Festival.
I'm working without overtime pay, so I Can take some days off later.
The dockers loaded the ship overtime so as to send it off Early the next morning.
He worked overtime to make up FOR his lateness FOR work.