verb-transitive: To stay beyond the set limits or expected duration of; outstay: The guests overstayed their welcome.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Right, but the loophole is the visa overstay, which is not the same as keeping out people we don't want to enter under any circumstances by denying them even a transit visa.
The decision to take him into custody on August 15, 2001, on the INS "overstay" charge was a deliberate one to counter that threat and was based on the agents 'reasonable suspicions.
You will wonder perhaps why I "overstay," since I frankly admit that I'm "fed up" with too much scenery and too much information.
The House says it "does not believe that the proposed system will put an end to the 'overstay' phenomenon as such".
The best part about the restaurant is ... you know how when you tend to 'overstay' yourself in some restaurants, the restaurant purposely turns off the air-con or stops refilling your glass of water/tea as a hint to tell you to f*ck off?
v (overstayed, overstaid) užsisvečiuoti, užsibūti, užsisėdėti
to overstay one’s welcome pasilikti svečiuose ilgiau, negu patinka šeimininkams, užsisvečiuoti