Idiom: (go / move) into overdrive [also: in overdrive]
— As we get close to the conference everyone has moved into overdrive.
— I don’t even remember the last week of finals—I went into overdrive and wrote two papers and took four exams.
— You can't expect your employees to work in overdrive all the time.
— Press this button here and accelerate to put the car into overdrive.
— Production is now in overdrive so unfortunately, we cannot accept any more orders.
— We're all tapering of our workouts so we can go into overdrive at nationals next week.
— The copier broke down because it had been in overdrive for too long.
— You can actually hear that the system has gone into overdrive now so we'll have to turn it off within the hour.
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