overstay one's vaccine

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Senior Member
Ukrainian - Russian
Is it correct to say "overstay one's vaccine". Like in "If you overstay your kid's vaccine for 2 months you'll have to pay a fine."
  • Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    No, to overstay is only used with the meaning "to remain in a place for too long", and in practice it's almost always found in the set phrase "to overstay one's welcome".

    Here, I suppose you mean: "If you delay (renewing) your child's vaccine...

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