Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • transitive & intransitive verb To produce in a quantity in excess of what is sufficient to meet the need or demand.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To produce in excess of demand.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb To produce more of something than one can use or sell
  • verb music, pejorative To apply excess modifications to musical recordings, such as adding effects.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb produce in excess
  • verb produce in excess; produce more than needed or wanted

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Examples

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • Bruno told Toni not to "overproduce" her dances and to just show off what she already has.

    Starpulse Entertainment News

  • People with the rare, inherited condition, called cryoprin-associated periodic syndrome, or CAPS, have a genetic mutation that causes the body to overproduce a protein called interleukin-1 beta, which leads to inflammation and tissue damage.

    Novartis Seeks New Use for Ilaris

  • Governments also pay farmers to fallow land - as in CRP programs -, pays farmers not to produce - as in quota systems, and pays farmers to overproduce - as in production and export subsidies.

    Limits to Growth?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Experts say these reactions—which may include swelling of the lips, tongue, hands and feet, as well as hives and other rashes—may happen because the NSAID doesn't fully block the body's inflammation-causing chemicals, and some overproduce instead.

    Adult Mystery: Sudden 'Allergy'

  • That's one danger of Vermentino—it's easy to grow and some wineries overproduce, turning out a rather flavorless, characterless white.

    The Wine of Yachts and Beaches

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