Prepositions after "overreact"

"overreact to", "overreact in" or "overreact by"?

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In 74% of cases overreact to is used

Think before you speak and avoid over-reacting to flippant comments.

CAG has certainly overreacted to the policy matters which is not his domnain.

I do nt think its fair to blame the young guardsmen for over-reacting to the stone throwing they faced.

Use of the above formula causes us to change our SRTT estimate slowly, so that we don't overreact to wild fluctuations in the RTT.

Olave overreacted to Johnson after the Sounders striker was legitimately fouled in the center circle, the first sign that Johnson was causing any irritation to RSL.

In contrast, nearly all the parents reported that they felt they were doing a bad job when they lost control of their tempers or over-reacted to children's behaviour.

Allergies themselves have interesting systemic properties -- they arise when the body's normal immune system, doing it's normal thing, ends up over-reacting to a stimulus (e.

In 11% of cases overreact by is used

The article: Let's not overreact by India's chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu (available here: http: //bit.

In fact, Tan Sri Mohd Sidek over-reacted by ignoring the principles of natural justice, and failed to protect UIA's academic freedom.

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