from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To assess (property or a property owner) at too high a tax figure; overtax.
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Experts say much of the population is like that of Ohio, hit hard by economic problems, disgusted seeing their jobs head overassess, that NAFTA problem, again.
"I don't feel that's a bona fide reason to overassess me."
Do teams underachieve or does the meda overassess?
"Banks have a probability to overassess the risks they're taking with other counterparties.