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