Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of overproduce.

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Examples

  • To return to investment grade, S&P said, the companies must resist the urge to return to big discounts to juice sales amid a depressed auto market and avoid overproducing vehicles.

    S&P Smiles on Ford and GM

  • That, along with the elimination of grain reserves earlier, resulted in farmers overproducing themselves into bankruptcy, and the subsidy system we know today was born.

    Wenonah Hauter: When Some Farm Subsidies Go Away, Will Our Food System Be Healthy?

  • At the same time, OPEC is already overproducing well above its official quota of nearly 25 million barrels a day.

    Saudi-Iran split fractures OPEC's dominance of oil market

  • UBS Securities analyst Uche Orji argues there is less risk of flash-chip makers overproducing than in other memory-chip markets because there are only three or four manufacturers, including Samsung, Toshiba and SanDisk.

    SanDisk Poised for Flash Dance

  • At the same time, OPEC is already overproducing well above its official quota of nearly 25 million barrels a day.

    Saudi-Iran split fractures OPEC's dominance of oil market

  • It also said demand for OPEC crude was estimated at 29 million barrels a day — some 200,000 barrels per day more than its previous month's forecast — but noted that members were still overproducing.

    OPEC Raises 2010 Oil Demand Forecast

  • Dead poets typically won't humiliate you for liking them, won't betray your affection by overproducing second-rate work, or espousing unsavory political beliefs, or publishing something cheap and clever in the New Yorker.

    Travis Nichols: Let Us Now Praise Undead Poets

  • Dead poets typically won't humiliate you for liking them, won't betray your affection by overproducing second-rate work, or espousing unsavory political beliefs, or publishing something cheap and clever in the New Yorker.

    Travis Nichols: Let Us Now Praise Undead Poets

  • It also said demand for OPEC crude was estimated at 29 million barrels a day — some 200,000 barrels per day more than its previous month's forecast — but noted that members were still overproducing.

    OPEC Raises 2010 Oil Demand Forecast

  • It also said demand for OPEC crude was estimated at 29 million barrels a day — some 200,000 barrels per day more than its previous month's forecast — but noted that members were still overproducing.

    OPEC Raises 2010 Oil Demand Forecast

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