—v.t. 1. to charge (a purchaser) too high a price: When the manager realized we'd been overcharged, she gave us a credit for the difference. 2. to fill too full; overload.
3. to exaggerate: to overcharge the importance of ancestry.
—v.i. to make an excessive charge; charge too much for something.
—n. 1. a charge in excess of a stated or just price.
2. an act of overcharging.
3. an excessive load.