1. Having large numbers of plants which have become too big, and are hence spoiling the picturesqueness of a garden.
  2. (attributive) Having grown bigger without developing maturity or changing character.
    He spends so much money on new technology: he's like an overgrown schoolboy buying toys.
Translations Verb
  1. Past participle of overgrow

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