[ US /ˈoʊvɝpɹəˈdus/ ]
produce in excess
The country overproduces cars
- produce in excess; produce more than needed or wanted
How To Use overproduce In A Sentence
- And their gutter-laden, trashy sound is fresh and invigorating when every other punk band today overproduces their album into listless cookie-cutter status.
- 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
- Just when it seems like it's going to turn bombastic or become overproduced and yawn-inducing, it surprises.
- UW researchers learned that, inside some advanced plaques, macrophages that overproduce a protein-digesting enzyme known as urokinase into aged, atherosclerotic mice. THE MEDICAL NEWS
- Many of the largest corporations have overproduced their commodities.
- The resulting song feels overproduced and too distinctly current, and temporarily hinders the album's retro charm.
- Multiple myeloma (also known as myeloma or plasma cell myeloma) is a cancer of the blood in which malignant plasma cells are overproduced in the bone marrow. FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten
- By foregoing drawn out studio time and overproduced songs, he really has ‘gotten back to basics’ albeit with a stronger launch pad than ever before.
- But for the most part, this band is overproduced and sounds tailor-made for all-hit radio, in the worst possible way.
- Second, we test the male quality hypothesis, which suggests that females mated to attractive high-quality males should overproduce males.