into overdrive

into overdrive

Into an extremely energetic, hardworking, or effective state or condition. Our team has gone into overdrive trying to get the project finished on time.
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Twitter went into overdrive, with infatuated women vowing to abandon work to go searching for Mr Gosling.
Byline: A buoyant Congress party has gone into overdrive to form a government following its victory in the general elections.
New Delhi: AaA buoyant Congress party has gone into overdrive to form a government following its victory in the general elections.
Everything about you goes into overdrive, naturally.
But from what he has shown so far this season, he'll end up sending them all into overdrive.
Successful British-made model moves into overdrive at festival
The fragments send your cell's protective enzymes (proteins that cause a chemical reaction) into overdrive. That way, when UV rays hit the skin, the cell's enzymes are already present--set to guard against damage.
"The girl's body goes into overdrive earlier in age in order to catch up for lost time," says Dr.
The cells "are going into overdrive. It's almost like an allergic reaction," she says.
Gotham has gone into overdrive to capture the hot boutique hotel market in New York and possibly other East Coast and Midwest cities - as it opens the lobby and the first 70 of 211 rooms of the Rafael Vinoly-designed Roger Williams Hotel at 31st and Madison Avenue; commences renovation on the Hotel Grand Central; and begins the approval process for a major expansion of the Shoreham Hotel, all within 30 days.
In adolescence, hormones cause oil-producing sebaceous glands in the skin to shift into overdrive.
At elevated body temperatures, the immune system goes into overdrive and some pathogens stop reproducing.
When startled, an animal may quickly signal its adrenal gland to start pumping out hormones and its cardiovascular system to go into overdrive. For decades, investigators have known that the sympathetic nervous system, a series of neural connections that includes links from the brain to the heart and the adrenal gland, controls this involuntary response.