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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overspecify.


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  • Your standards can be any and all of: de facto, de jure, intellectual property encumbered, easily implemented, impossible to implement, underspecified, overspecified, [...]

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  • The black Macbook is beautiful as well as the Aluminium Macbook pro, but the latter may be a bit overspecified and expensive… Good luck deciding, this blog might make it actually more difficult to decide!


  • Probably overspecified for the kind of fluorescent ceiling fixtures he guessed the garage was going to use.

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  • The value loss is always greater on an overspecified trim level, like a Titanium with the smallest petrol engine (Drivethedeal quotes £12,350 for the 1.6 Zetec). news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Employing an IT consultant to advise on the construction of a datacentre may not prevent it being overspecified and underused, …

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