overproduction

[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəpɹədˈʌkʃən/ ]
[ US /ˈoʊvɝpɹəˈdəkʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. too much production or more than expected
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How To Use overproduction In A Sentence

  • But prices of agricultural commodities are low because of overproduction.
  • This is when the buds of the tongue kick into overproduction of a substance called keratin, which causes the buds to grow longer than normal. Dr. Harold Katz: Bad Breath and Your Tongue
  • Overproduction, coupled with falling sales, has led to huge losses for the company.
  • This component of overproduction may therefore be an additional aetiology to that of the clearance defect described above.
  • The dip was caused by overproduction and ongoing price pressures.
  • There was absolutely no way to cure it and the ill persons didn't show the distinct signs of the other kinds - no overproduction of white blood corpuscles, no attacks of high fever and no spleen tumors at all.
  • Shortly, Brazil's economy collapsed due to an overproduction of coffee.
  • The company has been struggling for years in a global car manufacturing industry that is experiencing serious overproduction.
  • Certain foods such as kidney beans and artichokes cause an overproduction of bacteria in the stomach, which can in turn lead to excessive flatulence.
  • The company is in a bad financial position because of overproduction and distribution problems.
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